Motorists urged to be more considerate as fuel strike continues

By Khanyisa Tabata
14 July 2011

The South African Petroleum Retailers Association says refineries around the country continue to produce fuel. But Association director Peter Noke says the ongoing strike means the fuel is simply not getting delivered.

The pumps have run dry at more than 150 service stations in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal.

Noke says the industry is under an enormous amount of strain at the moment and motorists need to be more considerate


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