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  1. Kevin Lancaster

    If e-tolls fail, South Africa’s economy will be “in a much worse position”

    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.
  2. Kevin Lancaster

    How much more you will pay for e-tolls

    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.
  3. Kevin Lancaster

    Sanral hikes toll road and e-toll prices in South Africa

    Sanral hikes toll road and e-toll prices in South Africa Sanral has increased toll rates on South African roads, according to a statement by the AA.
  4. Z

    My car is covered in greasy bitumen - Driving on N1 near Kroonstad

    Hi Guys, I was driving on the N1 to Bloem from JHB in heavy rain, there is roadworks ongoing around Kroonstad and bitumen mixed with rain water is sprayed and dried out all over my vehicle. Is there any recourse or claim I can make to SANRAL? Anybody with similar experience to share? Thanks
  5. Kevin Lancaster

    The best ADSL service provider in South Africa

    The best ADSL service provider in South Africa The latest MyBroadband survey results reveal which ADSL ISP in South Africa has the most loyal customers.
  6. RyanBrothwell

    E-toll clash heats up amid investor, ratings fears

    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...
  7. Kevin Lancaster

    Sanral using private debt collectors against non-paying e-toll users: Outa

    Sanral using private debt collectors against non-paying e-toll users: Outa The use of an SMS that directs Gauteng e-toll users to pay outstanding fees is illegal, said Outa on Wednesday.
  8. Kevin Lancaster

    Sanral spokesman “out of touch with reality” over e-tolls

    Sanral spokesman “out of touch with reality” over e-tolls OUTA has accused SANRAL spokesman Vusi Mona of “being out of touch with his own organisation’s reality”.
  9. Kevin Lancaster

    Outstanding e-tolls, no car licence – Sanral tells government to clamp down

    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.
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    SANRAL name used fraudulently to obtain banking details

    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...
  11. Kevin Lancaster

    We did not mislead people about e-tolls: Sanral

    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.
  12. Kevin Lancaster

    Don’t be fooled about new e-toll dispensation: Sanral

    Don’t be fooled about new e-toll dispensation: Sanral Sanral on Sunday said the public must not be misled by organisations criticising the newly gazetted e-toll dispensation.
  13. Ivan Leon

    SANRAL e-toll website portal - Outdated HTTPS Security Settings

    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 TLS 1.0 was first...
  14. Kevin Lancaster

    E-tags may become compulsory

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

    E-tolls an embarrassing mess

    E-tolls an embarrassing mess We can only hope that sanity will prevail in the e-toll fiasco, very early in 2015, writes Outa
  16. Kevin Lancaster

    E-tolling failed before it was turned on

    E-tolling failed before it was turned on Thanks to Sanral’s blind arrogance, society is now wiser to the extent of its power, writes Wayne Duvenage
  17. Kevin Lancaster

    Do the e-toll mathematics, minister

    Do the e-toll mathematics, minister: Outa Outa is shocked at the gross exaggeration and disingenuous nature of transport minister Dipuo Peter’s statement on e-tolls
  18. Kevin Lancaster

    The ANC's plan to scrap e-tolls: report

    Behind the scenes plan to scrap e-tolls: report The scrapping of e-tolls is on the agenda for the ANC in Gauteng, the Sunday Times reported
  19. Kevin Lancaster

    E-tolling is still hurting motorists

    Don’t be fooled by e-toll rhetoric Sanral is trying to punt the benefits of e-tolling, but the truth is that e-tolling is hurting motorists’ pockets
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    What if eToll gets the rights to make us pay?

    Honestly, this bugs me at times:( What if it happens that instead of being arrested (which would be virtually impossible), SANRAL and JMPD work together and stop us from renewing our licence discs and drivers licences? I see that our roads (JHB south) are being reconstructed and I suspect...
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