Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Power-saving alternatives*


The finance minister gave his budget speech, during which he listed many things that would cost us more—petrol products being one of them and, as we all know, once petrol goes up so do food and services. We will have to wait and see to what extent this would impact on our daily costs, but this does not tell us about the rising costs of water and electricity since those increases are left up to Regulated Service Industries—but you can be sure the cost of electricity and water will soon rise.

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