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Motorists hit by huge petrol price hike

Mar 30 2012 15:04 Fin24

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Johannesburg - Motorists are in for a steep rise in fuel prices ahead of the Easter holidays next week.

In Gauteng, 95 octane fuel will go up by 71c/l to R11.94/l and at the coast by 66c/l to R11.59/l.

The 20c/l fuel levy announced by Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has been included in this month's price rise.

Diesel will go up by 47.6c at the coast and by 51.9c in Gauteng, bringing the price to R10.64/l and R10.88/l respectively.

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