The imposition of provisional higher excise duties on tyres imported to South Africa from China is a major blow to road safety in the country and should be reversed immediately, notes the Automobile Association (AA).
Following years of delays, the government is finally expected to make an announcement on the way forward for e-tolls in Gauteng when finance minister Enoch Godongwana’ presents his Medium Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) in late October.
Transport minister Fikile Mbalula has recently spoken about amending the five-year validity period that currently applies to driver’s licence cards in South Africa.
The Automobile Association (AA) says the outlook for petrol prices in South Africa is positive, with the potential for another price drop in September - if current conditions persist.
The Automobile Association (AA) has launched a service to give South Africans credible information on pre-owned vehicles before purchase.
South Africa's fuel price structure is under the microscope as prices continue to sky-rocket beyond the affordability of many consumers already under financial pressure.
Analysts and economists are warning South African motorists to brace for a massive increase in fuel prices next month, as the government's General Fuel Levy intervention is expected to come to an end.
As more South Africans are expected to take to the roads this long weekend, here are some useful tips to help save on fuel.
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After nearly two decades, the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy will no longer publish the daily over or under-recovery for fuel prices in South Africa.