Fin24 reports that after much pain at the fuel pumps, there’s a chance that South Africans will finally get a break next month. This as according to the latest data from the Central Energy Fund, petrol prices currently look set for cuts of between 53c and 60c per litre, depending on the grade of fuel, while diesel could be reduced by around 28c – if the oil price and rand exchange rate remain at current levels for the rest of the month. Automobile Association of South Africa spokesperson Layton Beard cautions though that “the figures will likely change as there is still some time to go before the actual adjustment is made”.