Five Things You Need To Know As You Wake Up: Fuel prices go up... AGAIN

Five Things You Need To Know As You Wake Up: Fuel prices go up... AGAIN

Best you fill up before tomorrow!

Fuel prices up again

Welcome to the last day of November! The year is basically over, right? So you are probably busy tying up loose ends to end the year on a great note. Before you get going, here are five stories to keep you in the loop about what's happening in the world. 


Lalela Mswane, Miss South Africa 2021, and 69 other pageant queens are still set to take part in the Miss Universe pageant. 

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Despite calls to boycott the event in solidarity with Palestinians, they will be competing at the 70th edition of Miss Universe in Eilat, Israel, on 12 December and they are exempt from travel restrictions. 

Miss SA 2 Lalela
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Manchester United have announced Ralf Rangnick as the club's interim manager until the end of the season.

Ralf Rangnick

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Lindsay Lohan is engaged! Her soon-to-be husband is the Assistant Vice President at Credit Suisse in Dubai, where she has been living for the last seven years. They have been dating for two years. 

We love this for her! Weddings everywhere...

Lindsay Lohan and her boyfriend Bader Shammas
Lindsay Lohan and Bader Shammas | Instagram

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The Queen of Pop, Madonna, was left unimpressed after Instagram removed a host of images she had shared from a photoshoot that showed her nipples. The star insists they would have never done so if she was a man.


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According to the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy, the price of petrol will go up by 81 cents per litre from Wednesday, December 1, while diesel will increase by 74 cents. 

This means the petrol price will officially cross R20 per litre. In January, both grades of petrol were around R14.60.


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