The rampant illegal and illicit fuel trade in SA has spurred industry stakeholders to join forces to intervene in the spiralling problem, the department of mineral resources & energy said on Wednesday.

Petroleum industry stakeholders, including the SA Revenue Service (SARS) and the SA Police Service, form part of an intervention to create a public policing forum that enforces the provisions of the Petroleum Products Act, the department said in a statement...

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