All grades of petrol are due to increase by 36 cents a litre as of next Wednesday, said the Department of Energy on Friday.
A litre of 95 ULP will cost R14.32 in Gauteng and R 13.95 in the coast.
The price of diesel (0.05% sulphur) will go up by 27.2 cents a litre while that of diesel (0.005% sulphur) will go up by 28.2 cents a litre.
Illuminating paraffin wholesale will go up by 16 cents a litre while that of illuminating paraffin (Single Maximum National Retail price) will go up by 22 cents a litre.
The Maximum Retail Price for LPGAS will increase by 58 cents per kilogram.
“The increase is due to movements in the crude oil prices, international petroleum products prices, Rand/US dollar exchange rate during the current fuel price review (31 January 2014 to 27 February 2014) and the self-adjusting Slate levy,” said the department.
Last month, consumers saw a 39 cents increase for a litre of petrol. The increase saw a litre of petrol costing R13.96 in Gauteng and R13.59 in the coast.