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  1. Jan

    Too late for Level 5 lockdown, will have disastrous effect

    Too late for level 5 lockdown in South Africa — "will have disastrous effect" The effect of a hard lockdown in South Africa will be too severe and it is too late in the current Covid-19 pandemic trajectory for the harsh restrictions of a level 5 lockdown to be effective. This was the feedback...
  2. Jan

    Covid-19 vaccinations for people under 60 to start in Gauteng next week

    Vaccinations for people under 60 to start next week Gauteng premier David Makhura said they will start to register and vaccinate people under 60 next week. Speaking in a provincial budgetary address, Makhura said the government will start with the registration and vaccination of 50- to...
  3. Kevin Lancaster

    New scheme for e-tolls

    New scheme for e-tolls Gauteng premier David Makhura promised “major financial relief” to motorists in his state-of-the-province address on Monday
  4. Kevin Lancaster

    E-toll hybrid funding model “cure worse than disease” – Outa

    E-toll hybrid funding model “cure worse than disease” – Outa The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance has expressed concerns over the e-toll review panel’s suggestion of a hybrid funding model
  5. Kevin Lancaster

    Makhura to meet public on e-tolls

    Makhura to meet public on e-tolls Gauteng premier David Makhura is due to meet key players and the public on Friday to discuss the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project and e-tolls
  6. Kevin Lancaster

    E-toll report a victory for the poor: SACP

    E-toll report a victory for the poor: SACP The report on e-tolls released by Gauteng premier David Makhura is a victory for poor and working class people
  7. Kevin Lancaster

    E-tolls not affordable or sustainable

    E-tolls not affordable or sustainable: report Gauteng Premier David Makhura has released the findings of the 2014 e-toll panel review
  8. Kevin Lancaster

    E-toll report to be released

    E-toll report to be released Gauteng premier David Makhura and his executive council will present the e-toll review panel’s final report to the media
  9. Kevin Lancaster

    E-tags may become compulsory

    E-tags may become compulsory: report According to reports, e-tolls are here to stay
  10. Kevin Lancaster

    Sanral asked to speak to Makhura on e-tolls

    Sanral asked to speak to Makhura on e-tolls Sanral requested a meeting with Gauteng premier David Makhura on e-tolling before he set up a review panel
  11. Kevin Lancaster

    E-toll panel’s purpose not to review e-toll system

    E-toll panel’s purpose not to review e-toll system Gauteng premier David Makhura’s office has confirmed that the point of the e-toll review panel is not to review the system itself
  12. Kevin Lancaster

    E-tolling is immoral: Cosatu

    E-tolling is immoral: Cosatu E-tolling is one of the most immoral projects undertaken since the arms deal, Cosatu said on Wednesday
  13. Kevin Lancaster

    National fuel levy better than e-tolls: Nactu

    National fuel levy better than e-tolls: Nactu The national fuel levy offered a better source of revenue for the improvement and maintenance of Gauteng’s freeways, the National Council of Trade Unions said on Wednesday
  14. Kevin Lancaster

    E-toll consultations begin

    E-toll consultations begin Public consultations on the socio-economic impact of the e-tolls will begin on Wednesday
  15. Kevin Lancaster

    E-toll panel to start consultations

    E-toll review panel gets to work The panel will hold consultations with key role players and interested parties from across Gauteng
  16. Kevin Lancaster

    Burn your e-toll bills: Cosatu

    “Burn your e-toll bills” Motorists in Gauteng must continue to use the highways without paying their e-toll bills, the Congress of SA Trade Unions has said
  17. Kevin Lancaster

    E-toll panel grows by two

    Two more added to e-toll panel Two people have been added to the panel tasked with examining the impact of e-tolls
  18. Kevin Lancaster

    E-toll panel to hold first meeting

    E-toll panel holds first meeting The panel that will examine the effect e-tolling has had in Gauteng will meet for the first time today, 17 July 2014
  19. Kevin Lancaster

    Panel to review e-tolls to be announced

    E-toll review panel to be announced The office of Gauteng premier David Makhura has revealed when the e-toll review panel will be announced
  20. Kevin Lancaster

    Confusion over scrapping of e-tolls

    E-tolls scrapping confusion Sanral and the Department of Transport sidestep questions on whether all e-tolls will be scrapped in Gauteng
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