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August 2016

By The AA
Renewed oil price strength, and a turnaround in the Rand/US dollar exchange rate, have put the brakes on the substantial drops in fuel prices suggested by mid-August data. This is according to the Automobile Association (AA), which was commenting on unaudited end-August fuel price data released by the Central Energy Fund (CEF).


August 2016

By The AA
In anticipation of another beautiful South African spring and summer, many of us are looking forward to enjoying the warmer weather outdoors. This will include cyclists who remain a vulnerable group among road users. The Automobile Association (AA) said motorists and cyclists need to ensure safety by adhering to the rules of the road, focusing on the road and traffic, and by acknowledging that each has a right enjoy the road.


August 2016

By The AA
Ongoing Rand strength has outmuscled a climbing oil price, raising the possibility of substantial fuel price cuts this month end. This is according to the Automobile Association (AA) which was commenting on unaudited mid-month fuel price data released by the Central Energy Fund.


July 2016

By AA Public Affairs
Fuel prices will plunge in August. This is the news from the Automobile Association (AA) which was commenting on unaudited month-end fuel price data released by the Central Energy Fund (CEF). Petrol will fall by around a Rand a litre, diesel by approximately 70 cents, and illuminating paraffin by about 66 cents.


July 2016

By The AA
Industrial action by the Chemical, Energy, Paper, Printing, Wood and Allied Workers’ Union (CEPPAWU) is scheduled to begin at 6am tomorrow morning (28 July 2016). The Automobile Association (AA) advises all motorists to be aware of the planned action, and to take the necessary steps to ensure they have fuel.


July 2016

By The AA
Association warns players not to become statistics while searching for Pokemon creatures


July 2016

By The AA
The bad weather affecting many parts of South Africa will require extra vigilance from motorists, and a renewed commitment from all drivers to obey the rules of the road, the Automobile Association (AA) said.


July 2016

By AA Public Affairs
The Automobile Association (AA) is warning motorists travelling to KwaZulu-Natal from Sunday to Tuesday to take extra care as heavy weather is expected on sections of the route.


July 2016

By The AA
South African fuel users are set to reap a welcome benefit courtesy of Rand strength and oil weakness in the wake of the United Kingdom's vote to exit the European Union.


July 2016

By The AA
18 years later and South Africa still no closer to implementation Following years of planning, and pilot projects, the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (AARTO) was expected to be implemented from 1 April this year. However, the implementation of this system has again been delayed, a delay that is doing more harm than good, the Automobile Association (AA) said.

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