Mzansi can now buy petrol and have it delivered to their doorsteps

Mzansi can now buy petrol and have it delivered to their doorsteps

- A new app called Refuel has been launched which allows the vehicle owner to purchase petrol using their phones

- Once an order has been placed, a truck comes to any location and delivers the fuel to the vehicle

- Petrol prices are standard, however app users will pay an R20 service fee each time they place an order

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The world is continuously evolving and so is Mzansi. A new app has recently hit the market which allows vehicle owners to purchase fuel from the comfort of their homes. The app, which is called Refuel, works exactly the same as any other e-commerce business.

Interested individuals download the app, register to use the app and then proceed to make fuel purchases, which then get delivered by a Refuel truck to the location that was entered in the app during the purchase.

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The bright idea is the brainchild of two youngsters, Ricky Luntz and Craig Dogon, who started operating the business right before the nationwide lockdown. While the business is not available all around SA as yet, Johannesburg and Pretoria residents are lucky enough to have access to the convenient petrol delivery service.

Mzansi can now buy petrol and have it delivered to their doorsteps
SA now has access to petrol at the comfort of their homes. Source: @Refuel_Delivery
Source: Instagram

What's probably better than getting fuel delivered to a convenient place is the fact that the prices for fuel remain the exact same as the worldwide price - all that is added is an R20 service fee, which is a pretty sweet deal.

Refuel uses an Uber-like tracking system to ensure petrol is being delivered to the correct vehicles, this way customers can also track how far away the fuel truck is. They also receive a notification once the fueling has been completed.

In other Briefly.co.za news, studying hard and reaping the rewards is nothing but a feeling of success and gratification. @MUD11WA is a law student at the University of Pretoria and took to Twitter to share her amazing accomplishment.

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@MUD11WA shared an image of her marks for the final year of her first degree. She had successfully bagged 10 distinctions out of the 10 courses within her degree. @MUD11WA's lowest mark among her grades was 75%.

She could not be more excited at this amazing accomplishment from all the hard work she has put in. @MUD11WA's tweet quickly went viral and has surpassed 11.5k likes on the social networking site.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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