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ASA rules against Sanral e-tag adverts

The Advertising Standards Authority says Sanral is unable to prove it had sold 1.2-million e-tags, despite claiming this in adverts.

Transport minister admits to faulty e-toll billing system

Sanral has been ordered to fix billing problems related to the Gauteng e-toll system, says Transport Minister Dipuo Peters.

Sanral claims almost a million e-tags sold

Sanral says more than 960 000 e-tags have been sold to road users in Gauteng since e-tolling started.

‘It’s not over,’ say anti-toll activists

Cosatu seems confident that civil disobedience will prevent the success of e-tolling, despite its offical launch on Tuesday.

No e-toll registration, no discount, warns Sanral

A hefty bill awaits non-registered motorists without e-toll accounts who fail to pay for e-tolling within a week.

Law firm offers free lawyer for first e-toll case

After warnings that motorists will be charged if they don't pay e-toll bills, a law firm has offered to defend the first non-compliant e-toll user.

Outa: We call for civil courage, not disobedience

The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance has rejected claims that it is encouraging Gauteng motorists to break the law.

Cabinet: Be a good citizen and buy an e-tag

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".

Sanral reveals increase in e-tag registrations

The South African National Roads Agency Limited says there has been a significant increase in the number of e-tag registrations in Gauteng.

Overcrowded SA prisons eye ‘tag and release’ programme

Correctional services is considering electronically tagging some inmates to reduce the prison population, but admit further research would be needed.

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