wayne duvenage

  1. Jan

    Corruption is probably keeping E-tolls alive - Outa

    Why E-tolls aren't dead yet The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) believes that corruption, or the diversion of funds to areas where it should not be going, is probably the reason government hasn’t shut down E-tolls. “We believe the continued operation of the Gauteng e-tolls, which only...
  2. Jan

    No extension for driver's licences that expire between 1 September 2021 and 31 March 2022

    Bad news about driver's licences that expire before March 2022 The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) has confirmed to MyBroadband that drivers whose licence cards expire between 1 September 2021 and 31 March 2022 have not been given an extension to renew their licence cards. Transport...
  3. Jan

    Driver's licence renewal deadline must be extended - OUTA

    Driver's licence renewal mess — no choice but to extend preposterous deadline The Department of Transport will have no choice but to extend the 31 August 2021 deadline for renewing driver's licences again, Outa CEO Wayne Duvenage has said. "The broken system that government is relying on has...
  4. Jan

    Threatened with arrest over R370 traffic fine

    Driver's licence extortion in South Africa A MyBroadband reader was told they would be arrested if they ever get pulled over in a roadblock thanks to an unpaid R370 fine from 2018 that they were never informed about. The only reason the reader found out about the outstanding fine is because...
  5. Jan

    Outa warns that Aarto will fail just like E-tolls

    South Africa’s new driver’s licence points demerit system will fail like E-tolls If South Africa’s roads authorities press on with the rollout of the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) without making revisions, it will fail just like E-tolls. This is the warning from...
  6. 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
  7. Kevin Lancaster

    Sanral chair's resignation not a shock: Outa

    Sanral chair resignation unsurprising: Outa The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance has responded to the resignation of the Sanral chairperson
  8. Jan

    E-tolling still not efficient, despite concessions: OUTA

    E-toll concessions don’t make it rational: OUTA OUTA has welcomed E-toll concessions from the Minister of Transport, but said that the reprieve still won’t make the system work more efficiently.
  9. jes

    No ANC, the E-toll headache will not go away: OUTA

    No ANC, E-toll headache will not go away: OUTA E-tolls are responsible for the decline in ANC support in Gauteng, OUTA argued
  10. jes

    Pay e-toll or face jail time says Sanral

    Pay e-toll or face jail time says Sanral Motorists who haven’t paid their e-toll bills in 30 days will face jail time, says Sanral. JPSA calls it toothless fear-mongering
  11. jes

    Sanral continues to mislead the public on e-toll, says OUTA

    Sanral continues to mislead the public on e-toll: OUTA The figure Sanral had provided on the number of e-tags sold was a ploy to create the impression that people were flocking to purchase them, says Outa
  12. jes

    Transport department disputes E-toll launch date

    E-toll launch date in dispute The transport department disputed a claim by Outa on Tuesday that the e-tolling system will come into operation on December 2.
  13. jes

    Cost of e-toll collections examined

    Cost of e-toll collections examined Inter-ministerial committee to hold more meetings to assess the cost of e-toll collections
  14. jes

    Strong e-Toll opposition moves ahead with legal action against government

    Strong e-Toll opposition moves ahead with legal action against government Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance vs government hits courts in April
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