In South Africa, consumers are bracing for a number of hikes in fuel prices, due to the weak rand and looming U.S-backed Iranian oil sanctions, set to come into effect in November. The country is also in a recession. However, the government has pledged to overhaul its energy mix, through a 20-year plan that will make it less dependent on currency fluctuations and geopolitical volatility. CGTN’s Travers Andrews reports.
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