Gauteng Toll Roads

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Court halts e-tolling

The SA National Roads has been interdicted and restrained from levying and collecting tolls, the High Court in Pretoria ruled on Saturday.

E-tolling postponed until the end of May

Sanral and the Department of Transport have decided to postpone the implementation of the e-tolling for a month to "finalise regulations".

Cosatu: Even labour brokers welcome to march

Despite calling labour brokers more evil than slavery, Cosatu says they are welcome to join the march if they oppose the toll roads.

Fuel levy hike to pay for e-tolling?

Public finance expert slams the proposed fuel levy increase as "regressive" because it will hit the poorest of the poor.

The tolls are here to stay, says Manyi

Government spokesperson Jimmy Manyi has hit back at Cosatu and the DA, saying those opposing the Gauteng tolls "must get used it".

Gauteng tolling to start in April — at lower rates

Tolling across Gauteng freeways will begin at a reduced rate on April 30, despite intense civil opposition to the move.

Scrapping Gauteng toll road system a costly idea

As well as impeding Sanral's ability to pay its debts, a definitive scrapping of the project may undermine the Gautrain's targets.

E-tolling regulations are ‘overkill’, says NCF

The National Consumer Forum believes the e-tolling system planned for Gauteng's highways may lead to the abuse of consumers' rights.

Sanral suspends tolling to address ‘public concerns’

Sanral has announced the planned implementation of e-tolling in Gauteng has been postponed in order to address public concerns and petitions.

Sanral to repay charges

The SA National Roads Agency was contacting customers on Friday to reverse administration charges deducted erroneously from e-tag accounts.

Transport minister to decide on toll road funding method

A report detailing the public's view on the Gauteng tolling system will be sent to Transport Minister Sbu Ndebele after a vote by the legislature.

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