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Strong international crude oil prices have overpowered the appreciating Rand, leaving South African consumers facing yet another hefty fuel price increase in March
International petroleum prices have risen and are offsetting a more stable exchange rate, raising the spectre of another substantial fuel price hike at the beginning of March. This is according to the Automobile Association's analysis of mid-month fuel price data supplied by the Central Energy Fund.
A dramatic slump in the Rand / US dollar exchange rate is the chief culprit in the hefty fuel price hikes announced today.
As a road user you are in no way legally obliged to purchase an eTag. If you choose not to purchase an eTag you will be billed directly by SANRAL.
The AA’s prediction on the petrol price in January. South African motorists could start 2014 with a shock, as the fuel price is set for a steep hike. This is according to the Automobile Association of South Africa (AA) which was commenting on preliminary data issued by the Central Energy Fund for the first half of December.
It is with great sadness that we have learned of the passing of our former President Nelson Mandela.
In terms of The South African National Roads Agency Limited and National Roads Act under the E- Road Regulations in particular regulation 6 (6) states :
e-Tolling by the South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) is scheduled to kick off at midnight tonight, but what this really means for South African motorists is that a number of precedents have now been set for urban tolling to continue across other parts of Gauteng and the rest of the country, effectively leaving the road user with fewer non-tolled alternatives.
The AA’s prediction on the petrol price in December, fuel prices are likely to increase. This is the statement from the Automobile Association of South Africa (AA) on the preliminary data released by the Central Energy Fund.
The AA’s reaction to the minister of transport’s eToll announcement. Despite numerous delays and setbacks the Department of Transport has announced the implementation date for the Gauteng eToll project as 3 December 2013 Next Page >> Last Page