‘Quality concerns’ disrupt petrol sales in Southern Cape

Unexplained damage to vehicle paintwork from the petrol prompts oil companies to tell retailers to suspend sales

14 April 2024 - 00:02

Service stations in the Southern Cape and Gqeberha have taken a financial hit after being instructed by franchisers not to sell unleaded 95 petrol due to “quality concerns” over the product supplied from a fuel terminal in Mossel Bay...

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