The Automobile Association (AA) says finance minister Enoch Godongwana must think carefully about the negative effects that increasing fuel levies would have on consumers before making any decision to do so, when he delivers his budget speech in parliament on Wednesday.

The AA says the two largest levies on fuel — the General Fuel Levy (GFL) and the Road Accident Fund Levy (RAF Levy) — account for R6.13 of every litre of petrol and diesel sold in the country, and already generate billions of rand in revenue for the government...

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