The price of petrol is expected to decrease once again at the end of January, this time by a whopping 41 cents.
Authorities expect the petrol price to drop by as much as 34 cents to the litre at the end of the month, following another strong performance by the rand.
South African motorists won’t be hit as hard this November, but the petrol price will still rise by at least four cents to the litre.
The Automobile Association said the performance of the rand ruined any prospects of South Africa benefitting from the softer international petrol prices recorded in October.
South African motorists are in for another rough ride this month, as the petrol price is expected to increase by a whopping 67 cents on Wednesday.
The Automobile Association of South Africa confirmed its mid-month prediction this week, when it announced that the petrol price would increase by 20 cents at the end of July.
South African motorists are expected to encounter a setback at the end of July, as the petrol price is likely to increase by seven cents to the litre.
The Automobile Association (AA) of South Africa is confident that the petrol price will drop by as much as 69 cents to the litre next month.
Statistics South Africa reveals that motor trade sales increased by 10 percent, year-on-year, in March.
The Automobile Association (AA) expects the price of petrol to increase by 49 cents at the end of April, despite a recent firming of the rand.