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Outa: DOT Gazette is a veiled attempt to fine e-toll users

The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance has urged the public to respond to the Gazette before the 6 January 2016 cutoff date.

Gauteng municipalities owe more than R2.3m in unpaid e-tolls

Transport Minister Dipuo Peters revealed in the National Assembly that the Ekurhuleni metropolitan municipality alone owes Sanral about R1.8-million.

EFF: With e-tolls, ANC have given us all a dompas

The Economic Freedom Fighters have rejected the latest amendments to the e-tolling system, saying the borders infringe on freedom of movement.

Gauteng e-tolls here to stay

Motorists will have to settle their outstanding toll debts before being issued new annual car licence discs.

Govt cuts e-tolls after consumer opposition

Road users in Gauteng will pay up to 50% less a month in toll fees, according to Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Man charged over refusal to pay e-tolls

In what's said to be the first case of its kind, Stoyan Hristov Stoychev faces nearly 2000 charges, including using false plates and avoiding e-tolls.

E-tolls ‘unaffordable, cumbersome’, says premier

The SACP hails the announcement by Gauteng premier David Makhura as a victory for the poor.

DA Gauteng forum to propose shake-ups

The DA is preparing to govern Gauteng after the 2019 general elections, according to the party's preliminary resolutions document.

E-tolls crippling small businesses – DA

A survey of 50 small businesses in Gauteng revealed e-toll bills amounting to R850 000 so far this year, according to the DA.

E-toll bills burnt outside Sanral offices after drive-slow

Protesters campaigning against e-tolling, led by Cosatu, embarked on a drive-slow that garnered both support and irritation from the public.

Gauteng ANC in the same lane as e-toll opposition

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.

E-tolls could divide party and province

The hot-potato issue of the unpopular gantries is due to be raised at the ANC's Gauteng conference in Pretoria.

Gauteng and national transport at odds over e-tolling review

The national department of transport has insisted that Gauteng has no authority to review the province's controversial e-tolling system.

Makhura: Gauteng govt to examine e-tolling effects

Premier David Makhura says the provincial government is "serious" about assessing the the impact of e-tolls on residents.

DA calls for parliamentary e-toll review

The impact of e-tolling since its introduction in December last year should be reviewed in Parliament, says DA parliamentary leader Mmusi Maimane.

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