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South African fuel prices to rise in August

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The retail price of petrol in South Africa will increase by about 0.33% from Aug. 5, while the price of wholesale diesel will rise by nearly 3.5%, the energy department said on Monday.

The price of petrol will increase by 5 cents to 15.17 rand ($0.8762) per litre in the commercial hub of Gauteng province, the national benchmark for prices, while diesel will rise by 45 cents to 13.48 rand per litre.

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