@shims, Thulani , Check and see/listen if the fuel pump is running, listen at the rear/by fuel tank to see if you can hear the pump come on(buzz/hum) for a few seconds when an assistant turns the key to on position. If no pump is heard, the fault is in the fuel delivery circuit, check all fuses/relays, check for loose wire/connections, check for pinched fuel line or leak.. If all look OK, check for power with DVOM at the fuel pump plug connection, if power present probable fuel pump faulty. If no power present the problem could be a faulty sensor eg. crank sensor, etc.. Have the vehicle scanned for error codes as this could find the fault. If fuel pump is running, still could be weak/faulty, clogged fuel filter/screen and can be tested by hooking up a fuel pressure gage to the fuel rail, you can also squirt an ounce of fresh fuel or small amount of starter fluid into the throttle body, if car starts/runs until added fuel depleted verifies problem in fuel system circuit. Good luck. I hope this helped you out, if so let me know by pressing the helpful button.