He seemed prepared to ride the e-tolling issue to take on Zuma, then totally chickened out. Probably was told by lootfreely to toe the party line or lose his job.The more I read about the way forward on etolling, the more I get the feeling that the premier is doing an immense amount of back-pedalling.
That's the problem with our election system. The people don't decide whose name goes on the ticket. They vote for the party. Hopefully the Gauteng people will realise that the ANC is the problem no matter who they put up to be premier.I hope people of Gauteng remember his cowardice come next year's elections.
I think this sums it up nicelyThey have pretty much in reality been scrapped.
Nobody is getting invoices, nothing is happening.
Those people who never registered haven't paid a cent.
It's only the poor saps who keep topping up their e-toll accounts with more cash who are paying anything.
But other than that the system is pretty much dead.
Getting it working the first time has already proved an impossible task.
Getting it going again is going to be impossible.