Outa's CEO Wayne Duvenhage says the organisation along with taxi, faith-based and other civic groups and some political parties will be handing over a memorandum on 31 July at 10am to treasury in Pretoria's Church square.
We want as many citizens as possible to participate.— Wayne Duvenhage, Outa
What has happened over the last number of years is government has pushed up the fuel levies and the Road Accident Fund levies substantively. We believe it is part of their strategy to fund corruption and maladministration that was taking place under the Zuma era.— Wayne Duvenhage, Outa
He says that fuel level income had grown from R24 billion to R75 billion in about eight years.
We want government to reduce the fuel levy by R1.— Wayne Duvenhage, Outa
Take a listen to what Out and other organisations are planning:
This article first appeared on 702 : Outa calls on government to slash petrol price, reduce fuel levy by R1