Cash-strapped motorists will have to dig deeper into their pockets as fuel prices rise.
According to the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE), fuel prices will rise on Wednesday due to a weakening rand and an increase in oil prices in October.
Monthly adjustment for November 2022 is as follows:.
Both petrol grades, 93 and 95 octane will increase by 51 cents per litre on Wednesday
Diesel will increase by about R1 43 per litre.
Illuminating paraffin users will also have to pay more with an increase of 77 cents per litre while LP gas will drop by 98 cents.
Diesel users will be hit the hardest as the increase is R142.86 per litre, more than double that of petrol, which is only increasing by 51 cents.