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Lwandle evictees still without land

The human settlements ministry says no decision has been made yet on where evicted shack dwellers will be moved to in Cape Town.

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.

​Cosatu concerned over e-toll extension to KZN

Cosatu says it will call for the adoption of a campaign to disband Sanral, who has recently announced that the e-tolling system is expanding to KZN.

Peters says provinces need Sanral’s help

Recognising her department's challenges and Sanral's strengths, Transport Minister Dipuo Peters has asked the agency to oversee certain roads in SA.

Parliament, look beyond Sanral input – Outa

Outa has insisted that a Parliament committee should look beyond input by Sanral, which is expected to brief the committee on e-tolling.

Sanral to restart bond sales from April

But the roads agency's success in recovering e-toll income from users will impact investor sentiment.

E-tolling plan put on hold pending new amendment

The NCOP has quietly put the South African National Roads Agency's plans to start the tolling of Gauteng's highways next month on hold.

Sanral plan paves the way for more tolling

Apart from Gauteng's e-tolls and the Cape Winelands project, Sanral has plans to toll more roads across South Africa.

N4 toll corridor on the right Trac

It's taken six years, but the Mozambican part of the N4 toll route finally has higher tariffs and the country is starting to pay its part of the debt.

Driving the e-toll opposition

The highest court overturned an interdict against highway charges, but Wayne Duvenage will not give up, writes Heather Formby.

E-tolling remains firmly on citizen’s shoulders

Government has stuck to its guns on the "user pays" principle and placed the cost of paying for controversial e-tolls squarely on Gauteng residents.

Outa calls for transparency in toll collection contract

Outa says the details of the electronic toll collection contract should not be kept confidential, despite efforts to keep the information locked away.

Sanral’s viability hinges on e-tolling, says auditor general

The public may not love the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral), but the auditor general has little bad to say about the company.

Vavi on e-tolls: Don’t even think about it

Cosatu's Zwelinzima Vavi has warned the government not to "steam ahead" on tolls, saying the unions would continue to resist any attempt to tax roads.

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