The DA is preparing to govern Gauteng after the 2019 general elections, according to the party's preliminary resolutions document.
A survey of 50 small businesses in Gauteng revealed e-toll bills amounting to R850 000 so far this year, according to the DA.
Protesters campaigning against e-tolling, led by Cosatu, embarked on a drive-slow that garnered both support and irritation from the public.
The province’s ANC has adopted a stance similar to that of civil action group Outa and the Democratic Alliance over the contentious e-toll system.
The hot-potato issue of the unpopular gantries is due to be raised at the ANC's Gauteng conference in Pretoria.
The national department of transport has insisted that Gauteng has no authority to review the province's controversial e-tolling system.
Premier David Makhura says the provincial government is "serious" about assessing the the impact of e-tolls on residents.
The impact of e-tolling since its introduction in December last year should be reviewed in Parliament, says DA parliamentary leader Mmusi Maimane.
The roads agency has lashed out at Gauteng Premier David Makhura for impacting investor confidence following a disappointing July bond auction.
Toll tariffs will increase by in line with the consumer price index but e-tolls will remain the same until 2015.
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.