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Rise in Municipality Rates Millions of JHB residence will have to cough up more for the municipality rates. Unfortunately, salaries are not rising with the price increases. The municipality price increases are as follows: Water up by 9.9%, Property rates up by 5.5%, Electricity up by 13.07%, Refuse removal up by 7% Rea Vaya bus… Continued

The cost of living is rising but our wages aren’t. Municipal rates across the country are increasing. These new rates will affect millions of city-dwellers. Water, electricity, trash removal, property tax, and municipal bus services will be affected. Neil Roets says that consumers who are already in debt will simply not have any money left… Continued

Fuel price announcement We’re still waiting for the first fuel price announcement under the new administration of Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa. The fuel price will come into effect at midnight tomorrow with a prediction that diesel prices will rise. We’re expecting to see many more fuel price rises like this over the course of the year.… Continued

Sharp increases for South Africans Consumers will experience sharp increases in municipal services, electricity, diesel and petrol prices. Consumers will have to tighten their belts even more and spend wisely to make ends meet. Neil Roets warns that these price increases may cause many South African consumers to fall deep into debt. This is because… Continued

The price of petrol will hit an all-time high with the latest in a series of hikes announced for June. Petrol will go up by 82 cents per litre, diesel will increase by between 85 and 87 cents, and illuminating paraffin by R1.09 cents. The Department of Energy’s Robert Maake says this is due to… Continued

Consumers are going to be squeezed even tighter next month with another hike expected in the price of fuel.  Neil Roets, CEO of debt counselling firm Debt Rescue, says petrol is expected to increase by 42 cents, while diesel is expected to be 39 cents a litre more expensive. ALSO READ: Fuel price to drop in… Continued

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