South Africans have taken to social media to complain about the amount of money it costs to fill up one tank.
On Thursday night, Dr Sindi van Zyl took to social media to complain about the fuel prices. She posted a photo of a fuel pomp's meter and the amount of money she had to pay for one tank of petrol.
Her post gathered a reaction from others who shared her sentiments and one social media user even shared a picture of a petrol slip, showing he paid well over R900 for a tank petrol.
Van Zyl's post followed only hours after the Automobile Association predicted a substantial fuel price drop for July.
Briefly.co.za revealed on Facebook that lower international oil prices were to thank for the relief on South Africans' wallets.
The association said there's an expected 86 cents a litre drop for petrol, 68 cents lower for diesel, and illuminating paraffin could see a reduction of 58 cents.
The news left our readers divided - some welcomed the price drops while others added it was a little too late.
Shaquille Johnson commented: "Just to be increase five times in two months."
Sphelele Mazibuko added: "I've already sold my car."
Poorman Batista said: "Too little too late, Rama."
Susie Snyman wrote: "Well this is wonderful news!!"
Senoga Abbey commented: "Only cents lol"
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