SANRAL’s desperate e-toll licence disc claims are outrageous – AA
The Automobile Association of South Africa (AA) has lambasted renewed claims from SANRAL that the non-payment of e-tolls would result in motorists being unable to renew their vehicle licence discs.
“The South African National...
Why Sanral only has itself to blame for e-tolls
The South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) only has itself to blame for the disastrous failure of the e-toll system, as it did not do sufficient research on why the system failed in other countries and signed poor contracts.
Sanral writes off R1.8 billion in unpaid e-tolls
The SA National Roads Agency (Sanral)'s integrated report for the year ended 31 March 2019 showed that it has disregarded over R1.84 billion in outstanding e-toll fees.
This action was taken due to Sanral's assessment of how much money it could...
SANRAL is making it difficult to roll out fibre in South Africa
Despite significant progress in the roll-out of fibre networks to homes and businesses around South Africa, the local industry still faces tremendous obstacles.
Juanita Clark, the co-founder and CEO of FTTx Council Africa, said...
Sanral partners with KaChing to launch cashless parking for e-toll users
Sanral announced that it has revamped its mobile app to improve user experience and introduce new features.
As part of the new app, registered e-toll account users will now be able to experience cashless parking.
Does anyone have any idea how I could get hold of a Bakwena e-Tag to save some time in the mornings? I obviously don't want a Sanral e-Tag, or atleast I don't want Sanral to have a open route to my Credit Card. I contacted Bakwena and they are not issuing those tags anymore. Apparently...
When to expect busy roads between Joburg and Durban in December
SANRAL has issued a statement warning drivers that traffic on national highways will pick up earlier than usual this year.
The agency said that due to the public schools closing on 12 December, traffic on busy routes such as the...
I've just sold my car privately and will be completing the change of ownership with the Department of Transport this week.
My question is, what happens with respect to Sanral and etolls in terms of ensuring that I don't continue to get charged? I don't have an etoll account.
If e-tolls fail, South Africa’s economy will be “in a much worse position”
If Sanral fails as a result of the e-toll boycott, the country’s economy will be in a worse position.
This is according to Vusi Mona, general manager of communications at Sanral.
How much more you will pay for e-tolls
Sanral increased the toll rates on South African roads, including e-tolls, on 3 March.
Toll tariffs were adjusted in line with the average Consumer Price Index from the previous 12 months, said Sanral.
E-toll owner Sanral was on Monday accused of blaming its financial woes and credit rating pressures on opponents of the controversial Gauteng road payment system.
“Sanral’s financial predicament is self-inflicted and they should stop blaming others for a mess which they created,” Wayne...
Outstanding e-tolls, no car licence – Sanral tells government to clamp down
Sanral has asked the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Transport to sanction the withholding of vehicle licences in the case of outstanding e-toll bills.
SANRAL Fraud Hotline has detected a scam where an imposter represents themselves as SANRAL personnel and starts off by confirming the person’s personal details - including ID number, name and address. The SANRAL customer is then informed that SANRAL wants to reward them with a R1500.00 cash back...
We did not mislead people about e-tolls: Sanral
The South African National Roads Agency said its e-toll advertisement is not misleading, and it disagrees with the ASA ruling which found that the ad was inaccurate.
Looks like SANRAL haven't learnt their previous lessons about valid HTTPS security certificates for their e-toll website portal, despite numerous breaches before, and are still using TLS 1.0.
I wonder who they will blame this time? - Jan van Riebeeck again?
TLS 1.0 was first...