Fix Rail Service to Reduce Cost of Goods


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South African motorists are now paying R1.21 more for a litre of petrol.

The fuel price hike is likely to result in the increase of basic necessities such as food. It means consumers will need to dig deeper in their already empty pockets.

Guest: Johan van Tonder, Momentum Economist and Researcher

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