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The Basic Fuel Price (BFP) is calculated based on costs associated with shipping petroleum products to South Africa from the Mediterranean area, Arab Gulf, and Singapore.

Essentially, these costs include insurance, storage and wharfage; as well as the cost to use harbour facilities when off-loading petroleum products into storage facilities.

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    • Unleaded 93
    • Unleaded 95
    • LRP 93

    Inland Region

     

    The inland region refers to the inner parts of the continent. These areas are relatively far from the coast, resulting in higher petroleum price margins due to the following factors that contribute to the distribution of fuel from the harbours:

     

    • Insurance Costs.
    • Fuel Levy Costs.
    • Transportation Costs.
    • Secondary Storage Costs.
    • Road Accident Fund Costs.
    • Retail Margin Costs.

     
     

    Coastal Region

     

    The coastal region refers to the areas near the ocean. These areas are closer to the harbour(s) where imported petroleum is received. This results in lower fuel price margins due to the fewer distribution costs listed below:

     

    • Insurance Costs.
    • Transportation Costs.
    • Customs Costs.
    • Wharfage Costs.
    • Fuel Levy Costs.
    • Retail Margin Costs.

    • Unleaded 93
    • Unleaded 95
    • LRP 93
     
     

    Petroleum Pricing Table (cents p/litre)

     
     
    • 0.05% Sulphur
    • 0.005% Sulphur

    Inland Region

     

    The inland region refers to the inner parts of the continent. These areas are relatively far from the coast, resulting in higher diesel fuel price margins due to the following factors that contribute to the distribution of fuel from the harbors.

     

    • Insurance Costs.
    • Fuel Levy Costs.
    • Transportation Costs.
    • Secondary Storage Costs.
    • Road Accident Fund Costs.
    • Retail Margin Costs.

     
     

    Coastal Region

     

    The coastal region refers to the areas near the ocean. These areas are closer to the harbours where imported diesel fuel is received. This results in lower fuel price margins due to the fewer distribution costs listed below:

     

    • Insurance Costs.
    • Customs Costs.
    • Transportation Costs.
    • Wharfage Costs.
    • Fuel Levy Costs.
    • Retail Margin Costs.

    • 0.05% Sulphur
    • 0.005% Sulphur
     
     

    Diesel Pricing Table (cents p/litre)