South Africans could face another fuel price hike next month.
This is according to the predictions made by the Automobile Association (AA) on Monday.
Twitter users have not take the news very well, with many pointing the finger of blame at President Cyril Ramaphosa.
South Africans are paying almost R16 for a litre of petrol, already at an all-time high.
The AA foresees a price hike of 19 cents a litre for petrol, 13 cents for diesel, and 22 cents for illuminating paraffin.
Ramaphosa's headache since taking office has been the increasing cost of living for ordinary South Africans exacerbated by an increase in VAT and the price of fuel, according to Qaanitah Hunter on EWN.
Below are some of the responses om Twitter:#FuelPriceHike reactions - Curated tweets by Radio702