Why Sanral only has itself to blame for e-tolls

Jamie McKane

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Why Sanral only has itself to blame for e-tolls

The South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) only has itself to blame for the disastrous failure of the e-toll system, as it did not do sufficient research on why the system failed in other countries and signed poor contracts.

This is according to The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa), which was responding to comments made by Sanral CEO Skhumbuzo Macozoma regarding the e-toll system.
 

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E-Tolls was just another attempt by the ANC to steal tax payer money, what they failed to research was that unlike PAYE and VAT which can't be avoided, simply not paying e-tolls was much easier for the average citizen. The muppets should have added a few cents to the gauteng fuel price and stole that money.
 

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E-Tolls was just another attempt by the ANC to steal tax payer money, what they failed to research was that unlike PAYE and VAT which can't be avoided, simply not paying e-tolls was much easier for the average citizen. The muppets should have added a few cents to the gauteng fuel price and stole that money.

Don't give them any more ideas. They'll probably do this on top of e-tolls as well.
 

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Tito Mboweni, however, has contradicted this by saying that the system will stay in place.
Here's an idea for Scamral, rebrand it as "Titollie".
 

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E-Tolls was just another attempt by the ANC to steal tax payer money, what they failed to research was that unlike PAYE and VAT which can't be avoided, simply not paying e-tolls was much easier for the average citizen. The muppets should have added a few cents to the gauteng fuel price and stole that money.
Add on for what? They didn't improve a whole lot and also it would be a national fuel tax, Gauteng supplies over 40%of the countries taxes. About time the other 8 provinces pulled their socks up.
 

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Add on for what? They didn't improve a whole lot and also it would be a national fuel tax, Gauteng supplies over 40%of the countries taxes. About time the other 8 provinces pulled their socks up.

Improvement? Nothing the ANC is involved in is about improvement, its all about stealing money from citizens
 
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