With the Ministry of Mines and Energy set to announce its position on the fuel prices for April 2022 on Thursday, the South African Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Mineral Resources and Energy has proposed that Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe and Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana consider introducing a temporary tax holiday on fuel products to ease pressure on those facing fuel price hikes. Fin24 reports that the Automobile Association had earlier projected record increases of up to R2.15/l for petrol and between R2.94/l and R3.08/l for diesel.
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