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Sanral coughs up R225m to European companies for e-tags


Honorary Master
Mar 26, 2010
This is over and above R372m for invoices and postal services, according to a report.

Despite the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) battling to repay R20-billion capital costs for the erection of e-toll gantries around Gauteng highways, the company paid R225 million to Swedish and Austrian companies for e-tags.

In a written parliamentary response to DA’s Christine Hunsinger, Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi revealed Kapsch Trafficom AB from Sweden received just more than R167 million.

Q-Free ASA, from Austria, was paid almost R58 million for similar services. Maswanganyi said
More at: http://citizen.co.za/business/1569918/sanral-pays-r225m-to-european-companies-for-e-tags/


Expert Member
Aug 2, 2008
E-toll contractor denies shady dealing with arms deal company
The company’s executive board member Andre Laux denied that it had improper dealings with arms manufacturing company, SAAB &ndas; which admitted in June to paying bribes of more than R24-million to ensure it was picked to supply Gripen jets to South Africa in the arms deal.

“We firmly reject any speculation linking Kapsch TrafficCom and the arms deals.


Where there's smoke......