The price of gas in Johannesburg is on the rise again.
According to South African Gas, the average price of petrol in South African cities is at an all-time high.
As of Monday, the country’s average price for petrol is US$2.30 a litre, compared with US$1.80 a year ago.
The average price in Pretoria is US $2.12 a liture, while Pretoria Central has the highest average price, at US $3.35.
Gas prices in South Africans’ hometowns are expected to rise further.
This will not only affect people who are living in a more expensive area, but also the people who do not have the means to move to more expensive areas.
This could lead to an increase in the prices of petrol and diesel, as well as increase prices of food and other essentials, according to the government.
The government has already increased the price of fuel in some areas.
In Durban, prices are currently at US$3.20 a litres, compared to US$4.10 a year earlier.
This is because the price has been cut by 10% in Durban in the last two years, said the government in a statement.
The cost of living in South Australia is also increasing.
The cost of buying a house in South Aus is increasing by 11.5% in 2017, according the ABS.
The ABS also reported that the average monthly rent in South Aussies capital city, Adelaide, is now at US-$2,988, up 4.5%.
In contrast, in Melbourne, the rent is now $1,100 a month, up 11.7%.
The government said it is working on ways to curb rising petrol prices.
It is also working to reduce the burden on the gas and electricity industries, including the reduction of import duties on fuel.
It will also introduce a fuel tax to encourage motorists to switch to alternative fuels.
In Pretoria, the government has been increasing fuel taxes to bring in the necessary funds.
The new petrol tax is expected to be levied at 4.3% in 2018, 7.2% in 2019, and 7.3%, respectively, said Pretoria’s transport minister.
He said the tax will be levied on the diesel fuel, which accounts for approximately 80% of South Africa’s fuel.
However, the new fuel tax will only apply to diesel fuel and not petrol.
The government said that the diesel tax would be applied to all vehicles, including petrol vehicles.
It also said that it would introduce a new diesel tax of US$0.50 per litre in 2018.
The new fuel taxes are part of the government’s efforts to curb the countrys gas and energy consumption.
The fuel tax, which was introduced in February, will help the government to pay for its infrastructure projects.
The SA government said the new taxes will help South Africa meet its targets of meeting the 2030 climate change target.
The Ministry of Energy said that since the fuel tax was introduced, SA’s energy consumption has been reduced by 11% and the fuel consumption in SA has decreased by 11%, according to a statement on the ministry’s website.
It added that the new tax will help SA meet its 2020 emissions reduction targets.
South Africa’s new fuel price will come into effect on January 31.