Cosatu seems confident that civil disobedience will prevent the success of e-tolling, despite its offical launch on Tuesday.
The electronic tolling system on Gauteng's highways is expected to go live at midnight on Monday.
The DA plans to constitutionally challenge e-tolls in the high court, claiming the Bill was incorrectly tagged.
Outa says the e-tolling saga has caused Jacob Zuma to miss out on a chance to show the country what consultation and participation actually means.
The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance has reached the inevitable end of the road in the Jo'burg and Pretoria e-tolling saga.
Outa says it is too "constrained by shortages of funds" to appeal the Supreme Court of Appeal's dismissal of its challenge to e-tolls.
Parliament's transport portfolio committee says Cosatu and Outa's call for motorists not to pay for e-tolls in Gauteng defies the Constitution.
Cabinet says it has faith that the public will abide by the law and buy e-tags, calling on Gauteng's inhabitants to "demonstrate good citizenship".
The DA, FF+, Cosatu and the AA have been left disappointed by a court ruling that has dismissed Outa's challenge to e-tolling on Gauteng's highways.
Outa says it thought President Jacob Zuma would take more time to make a decision about signing the Bill that has given e-tolling the go-ahead.
President Jacob Zuma has signed into law the Transport Laws and Related Matters Amendment Bill, giving the go-ahead to e-tolling in Gauteng.
There's still no definite start date, but Transport Minister Dipuo Peters says e-tolling will be up and running before the year is out.
Money collected from e-tolling in Gauteng will not go overseas, says the South African National Roads Agency.
The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance says it has raised R2.35-million towards its court challenge to e-tolling on Gauteng's highways.
Sanral has welcomed the DA's announcement that it would donate R1-million to Outa to help continue the legal battle against e-tolls.
The DA will contribute the R1-million the Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (Outa) needs to continue its court battle against e-tolls.
Cosatu is still contemplating whether to go ahead with a drive-slow protest against the e-tolling of Gauteng freeways.
The transport department is willing to engage with various sections of South Africa about the contentious e-tolling system, it has said.
Legislation paving the way for putting e-tolling on the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project into practice has been approved in the National Assembly.
The Congress of South African Trade Unions says it is planning renewed protests against e-tolling.