Because there are no employment, millions of young people with qualifications are now sitting at home doing nothing. However, it appears that the government will continue to raise food and other commodity prices.
Only this year, the price of cooking oil has increased, along with the price of other items. Every month, the price of gasoline rises by more than R1 and not by pennies.
Now, motorists have been warned that a significant increase in petrol prices is expected in June 2022. This comes after another significant increase in fuel prices a few weeks ago, which forced taxi companies to modify their prices.
The new predicted fuel price hike would be a major strain on South Africans, who are already struggling to make ends meet.
Analysts have also cautioned that the government will be powerless to prevent further increases because they will be driven by circumstances outside its control.
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