1. QuintonB

    Sanral dismisses "secrecy bill" talk

    We’re not keeping secrets: Sanral Sanral says its application to the Western Cape High Court has nothing to do with enacting the so-called “secrecy bill”, but rather to protect the confidentiality of in-process tenders.
  2. antowan

    Do you trust that e-Toll funds will be spent on the roads generating the tolls?

    In response to this thread: Do you have faith that the toll moneys will be spent on the actual toll road generating the toll traffic?
  3. LazyLion

    Proposed Wild Coast Toll Road plan scrapped

    The SA National Roads Agency Limited has scrapped plans to construct a toll-road on the N2 Wild Coast Highway, it emerged on Tuesday. Chairman of the provincial transport portfolio committee Mxolisi Kaunda said a decision not to construct a toll-road in Isipingo was taken at a recent...
  4. LazyLion

    Motorcyclists to Protest E-tolling, traffic to be diverted

    Motorcyclists protesting e-tolls in Gauteng are expected to cause traffic disruptions on Saturday by riding on highways ear-marked for the project, Johannesburg metro police said. "Traffic will be disrupted on Johannesburg freeways today [Saturday] as a group of motorcyclists will be driving...
  5. LazyLion

    E-toll Bill being 'rushed through' :DA

    The Democratic Alliance (DA) has labelled yesterday’s discussion of the e-tolling Bill – by the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) Select Committee on Public Services – a “disgrace”. Herman Groenewald, DA member of Parliament in the NCOP, says the manner in which the Transport Laws and...
  6. LazyLion

    SANRAL: The Final Countdown
  7. LazyLion

    Don't be Fooled into buying an E-tag: SAMWU

    South Africans should not be "fooled" into buying e-tags, the SA Municipal Workers' Union said on Monday. "Fellow South Africans must join hands with unions, the general public, and civil society calling for an end to e-tolling. We must not back down as this fight is one worth fighting until...
  8. LazyLion

    Sanral proposes more toll roads, says DA
  9. LazyLion

    COSATU Dismisses DA's Toll Claim

    Cosatu on Thursday rejected the DA's claims that the ANC was not supporting moves to oppose tolling in the Western Cape. "The position of the ANC in [the Cape Town] council was that we wanted further negotiations on the toll road issues, not running to court with wasting of millions of rands...
  10. LazyLion

    Cape Town's Tolls Will be Different: SANRAL

    The proposed N1-N2 Winelands toll project in Cape Town will be different to Gauteng's e-tolling system, the SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) said on Thursday. Spokesman Vusi Mona said Gauteng would have an open road tolling system with no booths on the roads, whereas Cape Town would...
  11. LazyLion

    E-Tolls Begin in Two Months

    E-tolling on Gauteng roads will begin within the next two months, the SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) said on Thursday. "What we are now waiting for is the completion of the parliamentary process, half of which is already done," Sanral spokesman Vusi Mona said in a statement. "As...
  12. LazyLion

    Transport Laws Amendment Bill [e-tolling bill] delayed again

    Don't have a news link for this yet, just an e-mail from the Freedom Front....
  13. LazyLion

    Outa will appeal e-toll judgement if mandated by members Let's hope that if they do this that they have a stronger argument lined up.
  14. LazyLion

    OUTA’s e-Toll court challenge will be delivered on 18 December 2012

    UPDATED: The date has now been moved forward to the 13th! OUTA has been advised by Judge Vorster’s Registrar that judgment on OUTA’s e-Toll court challenge will be delivered on 13 December 2012 at...
  15. LazyLion

    SANRAL can start eTolling Now. ConCourt sets aside Injunction.

    From Twitter: Constitutional Court set aside interim order preventing #eTolls from rolling out. SANRAL can start tolls pending High Court review in Nov. More here:
  16. LazyLion

    Public Protector to probe e-tolls If she does uncover some kind of evidence on the same level of the arms deal scandal... let's hope it gets more swift justice and more severe justice than the arms deal! :rolleyes:
  17. LazyLion

    Contribute to OUTA Legal Costs Web Page Goes Live! One Grand Transferred! One Grand Well Spent! :p
  18. LazyLion

    Contribute to OUTA Legal Costs Web Page Goes Live! One Grand Transferred! One Grand Well Spent! :p
  19. LazyLion

    'Hotspot' gantries charge up to R6.50
  20. LazyLion

    Cosatu man resigns from top post over R21 rebuild Well done Cosatu! Government should take note of how to properly deal with conflicts of interest!