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“Justice Project South Africa has again confused two different legal process; one being the AARTO process and the other the prosecution in terms of the Criminal Procedures Act (CPA)” says Sanral.
Justice Project South Africa says that legally, Sanral must issue an invoice before expecting payment of e-toll fees