The BBC said this was announced by the country’s energy regulatory authority.
The increase is coming a day after the Zimbabwean dollar fell by more than 50% against international currencies.
This was because the country’s Central Bank removed a fixed currency exchange rate in place since March, and introduced a weekly foreign exchange auction.
Zimbabwe has been struggling with fuel shortages for years, compounded by a lack of foreign currency.
In January 2019, there were violent protests when authorities announced fuel hikes of more than 120%.
The state crackdown at the time left over a dozen people dead.