When e-tolls were rolled out some people played ball and forked over the cash, but those numbers have slowly dwindled. What remains is nothing more than a mess.
It’s fair to say that most South Africans are not enamoured with the idea of e-tolls. Pay a celebrity enough cash, however, and they seem to think it’s a bloody great idea.
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Over the past week, a few very frenzied e-toll users have been complaining about SANRAL sending them SMSs which claim that they owe them money.
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It looks like the DA have taken to the skies, using Mavericks’ style aerial banner placement in Johannesburg. Here’s a pic of their airborne signage cruising around Johannesburg. Hey did you catch THIS GUY‘s numberplate we posted earlier? [source: @maimaneAM]
There is a lot going on in the news at the mo with regards to the rollout of this new ‘E-toll’ vibe. The DA even ran billboards mocking the ANC. Watch this video to get to grips with the whole thing.
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Sanral has announced that it has a roll out plan – and a mandate from government – to begin rolling out e-tags in a number of provinces apart from Gauteng. Although, they did fail to specify which provinces, and when they would begin the process. The announcement was made this afternoon by Sanral project manager, Alex […]
Finance Minster, Pravin Gordhan, has warned that South Africa would face a dark economic future if the interdict temporarily halting the e-toll project wasn’t set aside urgently. We’d have to brace ourselves for negative international credit ratings. And essential services to schools, hospitals and roads would also be adversely affected, he said.
The SA National Roads Agency (Sanral) has confirmed that CEO, Nazir Alli has resigned. Even though they did not provide more details, Alli’s resignation comes close on the heels of the recent Gauteng e-toll system disaster.
Judge Bill Prinsloo has granted the anti-e-Tolls lobby group, OUTA, an urgent hearing to argue for an interdict against the implementation of SANRAL’s controversial e-Tolls programme, which drew the ire of motorists and labour unions across the country in recent weeks.