Fuel price to drop this Wednesday - here's by how much
There will be some slight relief at the petrol pumps for the month of May following steep price hikes in April.
The fuel price will drop for the first time this year on Wednesday 5 May.
Petrol will decrease by 9 cents per litre, while diesel will go down by 31 cents per litre.
Paraffin will decrease by 23 cents per litre and LP gas will decrease by R1.72 per kilogram.
The fuel price adjustments have been attributed to the decrease of brent crude oil price and the slight appreciation of the Rand.
Source : https://www.123rf.com/photo_111558388_empty-fuel-tank.html?term=empty%2Bfuel%2Bgauge&vti=odzfiusmfoyi3rxno4-1-96
Cape Town-based dietitian Jessica Kotlowitz says most claims about the health benefits of celery juice are unfounded.Read More
The Metro Men’s Health Centre has partnered with Tygerberg Hospital to provide free vasectomies to men in the Western Cape.Read More
Dr Elizabeth Murray says years after ME or CFS was noted as a syndrome sufferers struggle to be heard, but there is hope.Read More
Cats, dogs, horses, you name it… "The population of pets is increasing at an alarming rate," says Mzwakhe Nqavashe.Read More
The City of Cape Town has been declared as the official winner of two categories in the global 2021 City Nature Challenge.Read More
"Night owls are six times more likely to develop type two diabetes than early birds," says Adam Gilchrist.Read More
The Covid-19 pandemic has negatively impacted health screenings but it's important for South Africans to know what underlying conditions they may have.Read More
Personal finance expert Warren Ingram has sound advice on the timing of offshore investment decisions.Read More
The Money Show's Bruce Whitfield interviews Jessica Spira, Sector Head for Healthcare and Hospitality at Rand Merchant Bank.Read More
Interest rates are close to the lowest they have ever been. RSA Retail Savings Bonds, however, still offer pretty decent returns.Read More