While the Ministry of Mines and Energy is set to announce the Namibian fuel price adjustments for the month of June on Monday 30 May, the South African government is still deliberating whether to continue with its fuel price relief intervention introduced in March. Fin24 reports that the hope was that the two months would create enough of a buffer for local petrol prices to reduce at a more normalised rate. But now time is up, and motorists and commuters are set to face an increase of between R2.27 and R2.36/litre for petrol in June.