JOHANNESBURG - A jaw-dropping R18.20 cents a litre.
That is what you will be paying for 95 unleaded petrol at the pumps on Wednesday.
Higher international oil prices and a significantly weaker rand/dollar exchange are the main drivers behind the hike.
But, the Mineral Resources Department has also introduced a slate levy of R6.58 cents.
Both grades of petrol will cost 91 cents more a litre.
Diesel goes up by 55 cents per litre and a litre of paraffin will cost 50 cents more.