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Fuel too pricey? Go electric, says S.African scooter firm

By Reuters
15 June 2022   |   5:11 pm
With fuel price inflation causing such alarm in South Africa that the government and central bank have been taking action to soften the impact on consumers, Fezile Dhlamini proposes an alternative solution.

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