Motorists can expect a big petrol price hike from the 1st of April, due to the rising global oil price, a weaker rand and the introduction of new fuel taxes. According to the latest data from the Central Energy Fund, the cost for both grades of petrol (93 and 95) will rise by R1.03 and R1.05 per litre respectively.
An additional 29 cents will be added onto the fuel levy, which means that the increases will actually be nearer the R1.32 – R1.34 p/l mark. The price of diesel is also set to increase by up to 59 cents per litre next month. Here is a breakdown of the expected petrol price for April 2019 in South Africa:
Petrol: R15.53 – R15.58
Petrol: R15.92 – 15.97
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Adapted from: https://businesstech.co.za/news/general/307518/expect-a-big-petrol-price-hike-in-april/ and https://www.thesouthafrican.com/petrol-price-for-april-2019-forecast-south-africa/