Commercial transport users worried about a possible increase in transport fares
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Commercial transport users worried about a possible increase in transport fares


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The recent hike in fuel prices did not come with an increase in transport fares but commercial transport users fear a possible increase in transport fares.

The commercial transport users are pleading with the government to suspend fuel price hikes to prevent the transport unions from increasing fares.


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