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Ace pulls diplomatic strings for Steinhoff-linked pal

If the ANC general secretary has his way, Ithala chair Roshan Morar could soon be an ambassador

Build a sustainable future for Africa’s youth

The University of Pretoria’s programmes and partnerships aim to ensure appropriate employment opportunities for its students

Outa: No court action against e-toll dodgers – yet

Outa says there are problems with the e-toll billing system and this could be why Sanral is careful about approaching the courts.

Motorists are buying e-tags, claims Sanral

Sanral has rejected Outa's claim that SA motorists are not purchasing e-tags, saying people have bought more than 1.2-million e-tags.

E-toll system to go live on December 3

Minister of Transport Dipou Peters has announced that the e-tolling system will be launched on December 3 2013.

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.

Tolling unlikely before matter returns to court

The ConCourt on Thursday set aside an interim interdict preventing Sanral from instituting toll fees on some of Gauteng's major roads.

Outa’s e-tolling challenge hangs in the balance

There are no indications on whether e-tolling will go ahead next week after the first day in court on Tuesday.

Cape Town tolls going ahead, says city

The City of Cape Town says it is speculation that tolls were set to be shelved -- rather the city failed to resolve a dispute over a R10bn project.

Sanral moves to calm e-tolling fears

Sanral is concerned about untruths being propagated by some political and civil organisation leaders trying to gather support against e-tolling.

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.

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.

Tolls remain suspended pending consultations

The transport ministry says tolls will remain suspended until consultations with the public to find the best costing method, have been completed.

Transport minister puts the brakes on toll road plans

Transport Minister S'bu Ndebele has put on ice all plans for new projects involving the tolling of national roads while more consultation takes place.

Helderzicht removal ‘just not cricket’

Joan Poole recalls with clarity the traumatic moment more than 40 years ago when she heard her family would have to move from their home.

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Zuma won’t appear before Zondo commission on Monday, say his lawyers

Last year the commission asked the Constitutional Court to force the former president to appear. Although ruling has not been made, the summons remains valid, but Zuma’s lawyers say they won’t honour it

Molefe blames Ramaphosa for Eskom’s woes in statement to Zondo commission

Brian Molefe guns for Cyril Ramaphosa, alleging that the president’s relationship with Glencore was only a ploy to siphon money out of Eskom

Zondo commission: Lynne Brown reportedly says ‘eish’ when told of Zuma’s alleged Eskom meddling

More allegations against Jacob Zuma put before the state capture commission, as the questions the former president will have to answer when he appears next week continue to stack up

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