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South Africa

S.A’s Automobile Association reports minor changes in fuel prices for next month

S.A's Automobile Association reports minor changes in fuel prices for next month, with mid-month data indicating slight decreases, with 95-octane petrol down seven-cents per litre and 93-octane petrol down four-cents per litre. Diesel prices may slightly go down by one-cent per litre. While illuminating paraffin could increase by approximately six-cents per litre. The Association’s spokesperson Eleanor Mavimbela says despite decreases, high fuel prices persist, urging a review of the fuel […]

todayJuly 17, 2024 6

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Significant Fuel Price Decreases Expected in South Africa in July

South Africa's Automobile Association predicts substantial fuel price reductions in July based on unaudited data from the country's Central Energy Fund. Petrol prices could drop by around one rand per litre, with diesel and paraffin prices potentially decreasing by approximately 30 cents and 25 cents per litre, respectively. Spokesperson Eleanor Mavimbela notes that this second consecutive monthly decrease will positively impact consumers and the economy.

todayJune 28, 2024 4

Oshiwambo

Omahooli otaga londo momwedhi gwa May

  Uuministeli woomina niikwankondo  owa tseyitha kutya oondando dhomahooli momwedhi May otadhi londo okuza mu 2nd May. Salome Nghoshi omunongoliko giikwamahooli moshikondo shiikwamahooli  muuministeli woomina niikwankondo ota fatulula:  

todayApril 29, 2024 3

Africa

Inflation in Nigeria is still climbing while it has slowed globally: here’s why

  By Stephen Onyeiwu, Allegheny College   Just as Nigerians were gradually digging out from the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, they were hit by high inflation. The Nigerian economy contracted by 6.1% at the peak of COVID in the second quarter of 2020. Unemployment rate rose from 27% in the second quarter of 2020 to 33% in the fourth quarter of the same year. The World Bank estimated […]

todayMarch 14, 2024 15

Business / Economics

Ministry of Mines and Energy concerned over sale of licenses

The Ministry of Mines and Energy on Monday cautioned individuals and entities that are selling licences and certificates issued by the ministry, indicating that they are doing so in contravention of the law as they are non-transferable. “The ministry has observed with deep concern the proliferation of advertisements on social media platforms wherein individuals or entities are offering to sell wholesale fuel licences and retail fuel licences and are marketing […]

todayNovember 21, 2023 17

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