The Automobile Association (AA) is predicting good news for motorists next month.
Crude oil prices are plummeting raising hopes of a significant petrol price drop.
Analysts expect to see a weak retail sales numbers as Statistics South Africa prepares to release the April retail trade sales figures on Wednesday.
The price of petrol is expected to hit the second highest increase level on record when it rises by 54 cents per litre, on Wednesday.
Convenor of the People Against Petrol and Paraffin Price Increases, Visvin Reddy, has warned government that the new fuel price increase will have a direct impact on the results of next month’s elections.