Cape Town - Motorists can expect a fuel price drop on Wednesday, the first in six months according to the Department of Energy.
“On July 3, the price of 93 ULP petrol will drop by 96 cents a litre, while 95 ULP will cost 95 cents less a litre.
“Diesel (0.05 percent sulphur) will decrease by 74.78 cents a litre and Diesel (0.005 percent sulphur) will cost 75.78 cents a litre less.
“The price of paraffin will be reduced by 57 cents a litre.”
The fuel price drop comes against a background of lower international oil prices throughout June. The Automobile Association (AA) said: “June was the weakest month for oil in the last quarter, with crude briefly slipping below $60 (R845) to the barrel at mid-month.”