Gauteng motorists owe more than R500-million in overdue fees since the e-tolling system started in December last year.
The Democratic Alliance is set to appeal a judgment handed down by the high court dismissing its challenge of e-tolling's constitutionality.
The bulk of the N1/N2 Winelands Toll Highway Project comprises interchanges and upgrades to bridges and tunnels rather than contentious toll gates.
The Democratic Alliance's assertion that the e-tolling Bill will affect provincial competencies is incorrect, the high court has heard.
In her state of the province speech, Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane says more access to health care has been achieved as residents are healthier.
Court cases involving e-tolling on Gauteng highways have cost the taxpayer over R6-million in legal fees, says Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.
Concerns voiced by President Jacob Zuma about incorrect billing for e-tolls in Gauteng are being addressed, says Sanral.
E-tolling was supposed to be the definitive incarnation of the user pay principle. Yet, now Sanral faces masses of users who won’t pay, on principle.
The National Consumer Commission says it will take up complaints about e-tolling but has encouraged consumers to not make it their first option.
Sanral has warned motorists of additional costs if they do not pay their e-tolls bills within seven days.
ETC, the company tasked with collecting e-tolls in Gauteng, says its chief operating officer Ben Theron resigned for personal reasons.
But the roads agency's success in recovering e-toll income from users will impact investor sentiment.
Two front page stories in two different papers, in two days on two different issues - quoting me. Not a bad start to the year, writes John GI Clarke.
It was a year filled with Nkandla, e-tolls, the Guptas and the death of a great man. What's next, asks Gus Silber.
Tuesday marked the start of the e-toll system and motorists trickled in to get tagged. Some are still against it and are willing to be arrested.
The e-tolls are just one example of how government often assumes it knows what's best without consulting the people involved, writes Verashni Pillay.
With an 11th-hour attempt to stop e-tolling by the FF Plus also dismissed, Gauteng motorists will to have to face paying for the use of highways.
The electronic tolling system on Gauteng's highways is expected to go live at midnight on Monday.
Join reporters Kwanele Sosibo and Sarah Evans on M&G Newsroom between 1pm and 2pm for updates on Nkandla, e-tolling and Radovan Krejcir.