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Petrol Price Up Again| News by Staff Reporter
An increase of 28 cents per litre would be effective from next week
The Energy Department on Wednesday announced a 28 cents per litre increase in the price of petrol, effective from next week.
According to the Energy Department the price of all grades of petrol would increase by 28 cents per litre effective from next week Wednesday, 2 May.
This would push the price of 95 ULP (unleaded petrol) up to R12,22 per litre.
There would also be an increase of 9,4 cents per litre in the price of diesel with 0.05 sulphur content, while diesel with a 0.005 sulphur content would increase by 9 cents per litre.
The Energy Department added that the single maximum national retail price for illuminating paraffin would go up by 12 cents per litre, and the maximum retail price for LP gas would increase by 31 cents per kilogram.