The petrol and diesel price is set to increase once again and people started to question to the government. It is no secret that the buying power is very weak in South Africa; with a lot of money, you get few goods and services. The latest reports have confirmed that the petrol price is going up yet again this week.
This time around the petrol and Diesel price is set to increase this Wednesday and people are totally not ok with the petrol and diesel prince increasing this much and for it increasing without their earnings getting increasing "Petrol to increase by 82c a liter from Wednesday. Diesel to cost between 72.5c and 74.5c a liter more" Reported eNCA.People quickly ran into the comment section to react to the petrol and diesel price rising this much. Some were bracing themselves "Litre is going to be over R20 now" said a Twitter user. Some Twitter users seemed to be worried about everything rising in this country "Electricity, tariffs are high crime high, unemployment rate is high, petrol prices are high" said a Twitter user.
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