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Amidst Lockdown, Petrol Price To Drop A Whopping R1.94 On 1 April

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As South Africans endure a 21-day lockdown to contain the spread of the coronavirus, the fuel price will decrease on 1 April.

Motorists will be paying between R1.88 and R1.94 less for a litre of 95 ULP & LRP and between R1.76 and R1.82 less for a litre of 95 ULP & LRP.

Motorists will pay between R1.33 and R1.39 less for a litre of diesel with 0.05% sulphur and between R1.34 and R1.40 less for a litre of diesel with 0.005% sulphur.

The fuel and Road Accident Fund levy increases announced by the Finance Minister in his Budget Speech in February also come into effect on 1 April.

More to follow.

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