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Taxi fare INCREASE from this date – not good for commuters’ pockets

Due to the high cost of fuel for motorists, passengers and taxis across the country can expect an increase in the number of ships from July.

Taxi fare INCREASE starting July – not good for commuters’ pockets

DISCONNECTION in taxi fares starting in July - not good in passengers' pockets

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DISCONNECTION in taxi fares starting in July - not good in passengers' pockets

The South African National Taxi Board (SANTACO) confirmed the increase this week after its 6th National Election Conference in Sun City.


THE TAXI PASSENGERS WILL BE INCREASED

Public relations officer SANTACO Boy Zondi said the organization had decided to increase taxi fares annually.


"We will no longer increase fares based on the price of oil that occurs every day because it will confuse our passengers."


Zondi.

The increase in tariffs will be different this year due to the prices that people have already paid for oil. Zondi gave the example that if they had increased taxi fares by R5 in previous years, passengers would now expect them to increase to R7.


TAXI SECTOR IN LOSS

In the coming weeks, commuters will expect new taxi fares in their areas.


"Each region must set its own new prices and communicate with the relevant communities.


"It's out of our control and the fuel is so expensive that we're basically losing it now," he said.


sei Zondi.

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The alarming combination of rising oil prices, declining rand values ​​and the lifting of the suspension of general fuel charges will reduce the cost of oil and diesel prices, which had reached alarmingly high levels as early as 2022.


Given that fuel prices are already high, government interventions have been able to reduce the cost of natural gas and diesel in only small quantities. In fact, the last two months of the downturn now seem to be surprisingly erasing.


Mzansi motorists are now facing a serious disaster in the courtyard, with landowners likely to pay more than Rs 25 per liter to replenish their tanks next month.

Taxi fare INCREASE starting July – not good for commuters’ pockets (msn.com)

This number is even more shocking when you consider what we suggested last year. READ ALSO: Oil prices: Some fuels will cost DOUBLES than last year

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