South African motorists are urged to head to the fuel pumps before midnight tonight if they want to get cheaper fuel because anouncements have been made that tomorrow another record high fuel price hike can be expected for diesel, 93 and 95 octane petrol.
According to the Flyingnewslive news report, today, Tuesday, 5 July 2022 anouncements were made that tomorrow, Wednesday, 6 July 2022 fuel prices will increase again, 93 and 95 octane petrol is due to go up between R2.37 and R2.57 a litre, the price of diesel will go up to R2.31 a litre.
The price of fuel has significant risen since last year, last year in June it was around R17.20 and it went up to R26.74 this July, different economic circumstances have impacted the rapid increase in fuel price more specifically the war between Russia and Ukraine has had a huge impact on the global economy.
Government should implement extra measures to assist the working class, prices always increase but people's salaries do not increase.
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