Holidaymakers will now have to pay more for that long-awaited holiday due to rise in fuel prices

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)

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

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

The Automobile Association says South Africa motorists can expect “massive” fuel price cuts in January

Christmas bonus for motorists will reward consumers with an extra few rands in their wallet – AA predicts big discounts for motorists

Nowadays fuel  are becoming a luxury in SA –  Motorists are going to cough up to fill that fuel tank

New trend in SA with expensive fuel prices – Thieves are now targeting parked vehicles to steal petrol

South Africans will experience the biggest increase in fuel prices in the history of SA in October

Recession not only a technical and temporary problem, consumers can expect to pay R17 plus for fuel

Ramaphosa maybe setting the example of the favourite future mode of transport for South Africans?

KwaZulu-Natal highways shut down due to petrol price protests

AA warns motorists to brace for possible fuel price hike in July

No good news for consumers, you’re going to struggle more