SOUTH AFRICA: Motorists may have to dig a little deeper into their pockets with a fuel hike expected in February.
The Automobile Association of South Africa says the price of both grades of diesel are expected to increase by 13-cents a litre, 93 Octane could see a 1-cent per litre increase and 95 Octane is expected to drop by 8-cents a litre.
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Spokesperson for AA, Layton Beard, says contributing factors for the fuel hike include the price of international petroleum picking up following recent tensions between the U.S and Iran.
Source: Newsbreak Lotus FM