Transport minister refutes reports that e-toll laws will be changed
Transport minister Joe Maswanganyi on Tuesday refuted a media report that government has proposed new laws "following the dismal failure of e-tolling revenue collection from Gauteng motorists who owe more that R6bn in unpaid...
If you don’t pay e-tolls I will lay criminal charges against you – Sanral CEO
Sanral CEO Skhumbuzo Macozoma has threatened to lay criminal charges against members of the public who have not paid their e-tolls.
Sanral also plans to obtain default judgments against those who ignored...
Over 100,000 submit comments on e-toll fine proposal
Over 100,000 South Africans heeded a warning to comment on a gazette that an anti-tolling group said could coerce protesting e-toll users into paying their fines.
Taxpayers’ money to save e-tolls like rearranging chairs on Titanic
Gauteng’s allocation of R123m to help fund the gap needed for the new e-tolls dispensation could be in direct contravention of the Sanral Act, said Outa.
Matthew le Cordeur
Cape Town - Gauteng will spend R123m in 2015 to subsidise an e-toll fees gap which occurred as a result of the reduced user charge dispensation, it announced on Tuesday.
Finance and e-Government MEC Barbara Creecy announced this during her mini budget speech for Gauteng...
E-toll cameras are uncertified and illegal: report
All e-toll camera gantries used to capture which vehicles must pay up for travelling on tolled roads in Gauteng are illegal, according to the FF Plus.