The Central Energy Fund released the latest fuel price increases effective from Wednesday, 2 March.
Grades 93 and 95 petrol will increase by R1.46 a litre.
Wholesale illuminating paraffin will increase by R1.21 a litre.
The maximum retail price of illuminating paraffin will increase by R1.61 a litre.
Diesel is also set to increase by between R1.44 and R1.48 a litre.
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