According to the latest data from South Africa’s Central Energy Fund, petrol and diesel prices currently look set for large increases in the first week of June. Fin24 reports that this is in part due to the return of the full general fuel levy, which government cut by R1.50 per litre for two months. In addition, based on current data from the CEF, petrol is expected to increase by between R1.93 and R1.97 a litre, while diesel is expected to increase by between R1.60 and R1.62 a litre. This, the Automobile Association says, could result in a petrol price increase of around R3.47 a litre.