March fuel price relief – here’s what to expect

Johannesburg – There was more bad news for motorists in the Budget Speech earlier this week when Finance Minister Tito Mboweni announced a 25 cent hike in fuel taxes that will come into effect at the beginning of April, but the good news is that there is a temporary reprieve for March.

According to the Automobile Association, unaudited month-end data shows that fuel price cuts across the board are in store for next Wednesday, with petrol set to drop by between nine and 19 cents a litre and diesel falling by around 55 cents.

A litre of 95 Octane petrol currently retails for R15.39 at the coast and R16.03 in Gauteng.
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