Petrol Price expected to go up 7 cents for 95 octane and 4 cents for 93 grade

Bloodhounds are sucking SA motorists dry so that the ANC can benefit – total fuel tax comes to R5.73 now while little of the levy is intended for the right purpose due to corruption and mismanagement

This is not a drill: The petrol price forecast for July has arrived, and a substantial drop is on the cards for South Africa’s long-suffering motorists

Badnews, here’s how much you can expect to pay for petrol next month (June)

Motorists are going to have to buckle up once more since petrol are about to cost R17-per-litre in June

R20 a litre for petrol is possible before the end of 2019 – indicating the difficulties ANC-regime has in finding any solutions to reduce the shock of escalating prices on SA’s businesses and consumers

Some more bitter news for motorists, you need to buckle up for yet another big petrol price increase in May

Motorists can expect a petrol price hike in May, according to the latest data from the Central Energy Fund.

Cope says Cyril Ramaphosa and ministers must pay for fuel to feel our pain, so we can call for #Nofuelbudget, that will surely save South Africa some money

Fuel now more expensive than gold says consumers mockingly

Brace for impact, everybody – Petrol price set for a massive increase – Wonder if there is any truth in the saying, that every time the ANC-regime needs money, they raise the petrol price?

Double trouble for South African motorists, you can expect a massive petrol price increase in April, warns AA

Motorists in SA now have to fill the bankrupt ANC regime’s treasury – 60% of fuel price consists of taxes and levies

It seems likely that rolling petrol price increases, last experienced in the latter half of 2018, are expected to make a dubious return this year – Petrol price increase in March to be higher than first expected

SA motorists brace yourself for big fuel tax increases the coming months – seems like the ANC-regime wants to recoup their loses by taxing you more on fuel levies