Fri Jul 25 21:57:53 SAST 2014
Kalawa Jazmee does it for Madiba (PHOTOS)

Record label Kalawa Jazmee musicians and staff paid a visit to the Doug Whitehead School in honour o.

Petrol price going up next week

By Reuters, Sapa | Mar 02, 2012 | COMMENTS [ 58 ]

Up 28 cents a litre

South Africa’s petrol pump prices in the main inland commercial region of Gauteng will increase by 28 cents or 2,6% a litre next Wednesday, the energy department said on Friday.  

The new price for 95 grade petrol will be 11,23 rand a litre in the Gauteng region, from 10,95 rand in February.

The wholesale diesel price will rise by about 1% to 10,37 rand.

Illuminating paraffin (wholesale) will rise by four cents a litre, and the single maximum national retail price by five cents a litre.

The maximum retail price for LP gas will go up by 36 cents a kilogram.

Government says the increase in international crude oil prices comes as a result of oil supply disruptions in Yemen, Syria, and Sudan.

News that Iran had been intensifying its nuclear enrichment programme escalated tensions between Iran and the West, further pushing up oil prices.

Saudi Arabia’s increase in oil exports by nine million barrels a day replaced the lost crude oil supplies, dampening prices from February 23.

Greece’s second bail-out deal from the European Union and the International Monetary Fund helped to strengthen the rand/dollar exchange rate.

China’s decision to loosen monetary policy to boost economic growth also helped the exchange rate, as this improved prospects for South African exports.

COMMENTS [ 58 ]

OR Join up TO COMMENT

mara bja wena setlale tena SebolaNtimetseAdikateMoketla o rogaka Petrol naa? get the new so that you can affort petrol or metrol rail is good for wena

Mar 02, 2012 11:32 | 0 replies

The scary thing about all of this is that we have a Fuel producing company in our own country 'SASOL' and they are selling us the fuel at market prices. Most of the fuel they produce is not even from fossil fuels and yet they are milking us. Countries like Saudi Arabia are so lucky becaues their government cares about them and they pay about R2 per liter irrespective of the global fuel price. This criminal government must go back to robben island where they belong. NXXXAAAA!!!!

Mar 02, 2012 2:53 | 0 replies

MommaC


$500 in Venezuela,

=================================================

NORWAY
Net Monthly Income constant 2005 US$ (1) Notes Gross Monthly Average Income (2) Compulsory Deductions (3) Weekly Hours (4)

Airline Pilot average income PPP $ 4,263 $ 4,500 Employees, 2001. 59,151 kroners 38% 37.5
Teacher average income PPP $ 2,573 $ 3,550 Employees, 2005. 34,186 kroners 33%
Carpenter average income PPP $ 2,246 $ 3,098 Employees, 2005. 28,972 kroners 31% 37.5
Professional Nurse average income PPP $ 2,229 $ 3,075 Employees, 2005. 28,754 kroners 31% 37.5
Flight Attendant average income PPP $ 2,051 $ 2,165 Employees, 2001. 25,568 kroners 31% 37.5
Car Mechanic average income PPP $ 2,046 $ 2,823 Employees, 2005. 25,296 kroners 28% 37.5
Auxiliary Nurse average income PPP $ 1,917 $ 2,645 Employees, 2005. 23,064 kroners 26% 37.5
Bus Driver average income PPP $ 1,909 $ 2,633 Employees, 2005. 22,655 kroners 25% 37.5
Salesperson average income PPP $ 1,819 $ 2,510 Employees, 2005. 21,306 kroners 24% 37.5
Chambermaid average income PPP $ 1,448 $ 1,770 Employees, 1999. Women only. 15,500 kroners 24%
Sector
Mining-Quarrying average income PPP $ 3,256 $ 4,492 Full-time employees, 2005. Excl. overtime payments. 43,908 kroners 34% 46.0
Financial average income PPP $ 2,910 $ 4,014 Full-time employees, 2005. Excl. overtime payments. 38,656 kroners 33% 36.6
Real Estate average income PPP $ 2,611 $ 3,602 Full-time employees, 2005. Excl. overtime payments. 34,691 kroners 33% 36.4
Gas-Electricity-Water average income PPP $ 2,490 $ 3,435 Full-time employees, 2005. Excluding overtime payments. 33,079 kroners 33% 36.5
All Sectors average income PPP $ 2,302 $ 3,176 Full-time employees, 2005. Excl. overtime payments. Excl. primary sector. 30,138 kroners 32% 34.6
Education average income PPP $ 2,298 $ 3,170 Full-time employees, 2005. Excl. overtime payments. 30,075 kroners 32%
Transport-Communication average income PPP $ 2,252 $ 3,107 Full-time employees, 2005. Excl. overtime payments. 29,484 kroners 32% 38.7
Manufacturing average income PPP $ 2,242 $ 3,093 Full-time employees, 2005. Excl. overtime payments. 28,922 kroners 31% 36.3
Construction average income PPP $ 2,198 $ 3,032 Full-time employees, 2005. Excl. overtime payments. 27,948 kroners 30% 38.1
Hotels-Restaurants average income PPP $ 1,913 $ 2,639 Full-time employees, 2005. Excl. overtime payments.


Which one is yourdepartment ????????????

Thank you sit down......... Copy and paste.............lol
===========================================

Mar 02, 2012 2:53 | 0 replies

MommaC
Sharpino

Now what is the average wage per capita of those countries?

Venezuela being a communist state, i believe the average earning will be much lower that us, there is nut about metarialism, is about social survival, i wsh we cn hav sakme set up in our country, 2c/litre amazing ne?

Mar 02, 2012 2:52 | 0 replies

guys this has been one of the toughest time of my life,having to watch commodity prices going up everyday while my employer keep a blind-eye to my demands,jerrrrrrrr

Mar 02, 2012 2:48 | 0 replies

I think our gov must buy oil from these countries jst maybe we can survive, Venezuela, libya, Qatar etc.

Mar 02, 2012 2:47 | 0 replies

Sharpino

Now what is the average wage per capita of those countries?

Mar 02, 2012 2:45 | 0 replies

Jaja'sQueen

What do you think ............Oslo, Norway - Most expensive ...................R35 p/l.....lol

Mar 02, 2012 2:43 | 0 replies

I wonder how those 3.6 liters and 4.8 liters keeps on going while we are struglling with the 1.4 , Jaa its hard to be a man,

Mar 02, 2012 2:43 | 0 replies

@draculation
Is your panty one of them???? I can help you out if you like!!!

Mar 02, 2012 2:42 | 0 replies

PEOPLE ALWAY COMPLAIN WHEN THINGS GOES UP BUT WHEN THEY GO DOWN THERE IS NO COMPLAIN (it really makes no difference if you only complain but no action is taken lets see on the 7th of march as to how many people wil support vavi or you think ur r supporting by commenting here noit makes no difference but OKSALAYO PANTIES ARE GOING DOWN TODAY AND I MEAN REALLY DOWN LOL .

Mar 02, 2012 2:22 | 0 replies