There are just 11 days to go before government’s R1.50 fuel tax relief ends. Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana announced last month that the general fuel levy would be temporarily cut to cushion fuel price increases.
Prices skyrocketed since the start of the year, driven largely by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which caused a surge in global oil prices.
With further hikes expected next month, a litre of petrol in Gauteng is fast approaching R25 a litre. Civil action group OUTA says an extension of the relief is necessary.
In other news – Fight between ex-Big Brother Mzansi housemates? – Vyno responds to alleged beef with Themba
#BBMzansi season 3 housemate Vyno Miller is facing the wrath of Black Twitter, and it does not look good.
The musician recently took to his Twitter account to brag about his work ethic. He tweeted “Making good money in silence is the best,” and his tweet was not well received by several Twitter users. Learn more