The fuel price hikes are apparently far from over and news of a higher price has South Africans calling for the ANC's heads.
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On Monday, Briefly.co.za reported that experts believe there is a possibility that South Africans might end up paying more than R20 per litre for petrol and diesel.
Several factors, including international oil prices, a weaker Rand and carbon tax would all affect the fuel prices.
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Our readers were not happy with the news at all and some of them blamed the ruling party for the high fuel prices.
Med Smith commented: "Hold my beer then I must just walk with my Pick 'n Pay bag and my three empties to the shebeen."
Bertus van der Merwe added: "Yes with an ANC government yes we are and their members are all going to keep on paying. Couldn't expect better from them and never did since 1994."
Xolani Qulu wrote: "That can be avoided within 2 days by changing the ruling party."
Hendrik Niekerk commented: "Way to go ANC! let's all vote ANC...."
However, some of our readers felt like there are worse issues than the rising petrol price.
Khiba Mbuti said: "No problem as long our country keep on growing;_there are people out there who spend R1500 to R2000 on alcohol in one weekend and ciga so I see nothing embarrassing."
Value Nomaxabiso Mahala wrote: "Continue voting ANC and give Ramaphosa a chance also note there are many brothers and sisters from Africa living here and our own population is itself increasing which means we are over populated and leads to high increase of unemployment that same song look at the bright side more people are becoming entrepreneurs and it's only a start so Ramaphosa is also starting. Petrol goes up and down all the time."
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