Queen Elizabeth will receive R925 million (£45.6 million) in April 2017, if the way the Royal Family is funded stays the same.
That’s a 6.5% increase on the R868 million (£42.8 million) she was given this year.
The British inflation rate in May 2016 was 0.3%.
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