Petrol price drop expected for next week

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Petrol price drop expected for next week

Motorists can expect good news for petrol prices next week.
The latest data from the Central Energy Fund shows that petrol could decrease by 11 to 19 cents per litre.
Meanwhile, diesel shows a 14 to 19 cents increase per litre.

Tornado rips through parts of KZN 

A tornado has torn through parts of northern KwaZulu-Natal. Structures in Inanda have been damaged. Damage to roofs and power cables is extensive but there’s no indication yet on the extent of the wreckage.

Bellville Velodrome and surrounds set for a facelift soon 

After years in a stagnant state due to ongoing court cases, the Bellville Velodrome and surrounding areas may soon get a facelift as the City of Cape Town and developing consortium Devmet have parted ways. The last decade has seen the Velodrome become something of a white elephant as the once popular venue has gone underutilised for sporting events and concerts with many citing security concerns.

MTN SA announces its plans to become a standalone IPP 

Mobile telecommunications company, MTN SA, says it plans to become a standalone Independent Power Producer.
The group says that it will make use of additional solar, gas, and battery energy systems at its head office in Johannesburg in Gauteng.
MTN says the plant will be the first in South Africa to feature five different generation technologies

Man becomes sole passenger on plane after 18 hour delay 

A man who became the only passenger to stick out a nearly 18-hour delay for a scheduled flight from Oklahoma to North Carolina ended up getting the VIP treatment as the plane’s sole passenger. The man joked in a TikTok video that he had bought out every seat on the plane to avoid having to “deal with people.” He said he ended up making friends with the plane’s crew during his flight.

Written by: Keenan Williams

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