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Motorists will be rushing to petrol stations before Wednesday when the price of fuel will surge by midnight. The latest increase comes after months of consecutive increases.

 


While motorists will be paying more at the pumps as of 1 June 2022, many have breathed a sigh of relief as the government announced a partial extension to a relief measures that have cushioned the rising price of petrol for the last two months.

 


While the cost of living in South Africa seems to be on an unstoppable upward spiral, the government said they will be investigating a possible new revenue source in the form of a driving tax.


Motorists are set for further pain at the pumps after it was reported that the government will not be extending a relief measure which reduced the price of fuel for the past two months.

 


South African motorists should prepare themselves for more pain at the pumps after the minister of Mineral Resources and Energy revealed that a price hike is unavoidable.

 


Depending on the vehicle you drive, the May 2022 fuel adjustments will either be a welcomed relief or an unpleasant surprise.

 


 an increase in the price of fuel may be unanimously frowned upon, the increase set to take effect on Wednesday could have been much worse for motorists. 

 


The first two months of 2022 have been extremely painful for motorists as the price of petrol surged to record highs. 


Motorists will be feeling the pain at the pumps after the fuel adjustments were announced. Here's how much more you’ll be paying for petrol, diesel paraffin and LP gas. 


South Africans are warned to brace for another big increase in the price of fuel as we enter the third month of 2022. 


After a torrid end to 2021 where fuel prices increased by more than R5 over the year, motorists breathed a sigh of relief when the price decreased in January. 


Motorists will be breathing a sigh of relief at the pumps where the price of petrol will decrease between 68c and 71c for both grades of petrol per litre. 


Motorists will be paying 75 cents more per litre of petrol from December 1 2021. 


International Petroleum prices have increased significantly, as a result South Africans anticipate an increase in for this internationally imported resource.

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