E-tolling fight in Parliament7/5/2013 16:46
E-tolling is closer to becoming law, but the official opposition has accused the ruling ANC of ramming it through Parliament
E-toll now in final stage29/4/2013 23:33
Political parties are preparing to square up in the National Council of Provinces when the controversial e-tolling bill is tabled before the council’s select committee on public services on Tuesday.
DA ‘jumps tolls gun’22/4/2013 22:36
Sanral has moved to quell fears raised by the DA that the roads agency is considering building five new toll roads with Sanral claiming it is nothing more than cheap politicking.
DA politicising tolls: Sanral21/4/2013 18:51
The politicisation of tolls by the Democratic Alliance have reached the bottom of the barrel, SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) spokesman Vusi Mona said on Sunday.
AA disappointed with e-tolling15/4/2013 16:25
A decision to go ahead with e-tolling on Gauteng freeways is disappointing, the Automobile Association of SA (AA) said
E-tolls in two months14/4/2013 17:47
Sanral has defended its position that the Gauteng e-toll pronouncement that the system will be implemented in two months.
E-tolls to cost R200 for most motorists12/4/2013 16:02
Ninety percent of motorists travelling on Gauteng roads will pay less than R200 a month on e-tolling, the SA National Roads Agency (Sanral) said on Friday.
E-tolls begin in two months11/4/2013 12:52
E-tolling on Gauteng roads will begin within the next two months, the SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) said
Slow e-toll protest11/2/2013 21:51
Cosatu on Monday brought parts of Pretoria to a standstill as its second anti-e-toll “drive-slow” motorcade crawled through the main roads and highways of the city with promises of more to come.
"We will never pay": protesters11/2/2013 18:16
Protesters campaigning against the e-tolling of highways in Gauteng vowed on Monday never to buy e-tags or to pay for e-tolls, even if the system becomes law.
A little relief from e-tolls6/2/2013 23:14
Gauteng motorists have a window period of relief from e-tolling with the Transport Department confirming they will hold off on its implementation until the Transport Laws and Related Matters Amendment Bill is passed.