E-tolls charges invalid: JPSA18/12/2013 8:36
Motorists might be able to claim e-tolls refund because a Government Gazette notice about the charges indicates conflicting amounts, the Justice Project SA (JPSA) said on Wednesday.
Sanral's Alli like PW Botha: DA5/12/2013 14:35
The SA National Roads Agency Limited's CEO Nazir Alli is the present-day PW Botha, DA Gauteng spokesman Musi Maimane said on Thursday.
E-tolls rolled out in Gauteng3/12/2013 18:32
The implementation of e-tolls on Gauteng's highways met with mixed reaction on Tuesday when the controversial project started at midnight.
E-toll fight will continue: Cosatu3/12/2013 14:30
Cosatu has vowed to continue its fight against the user-pays principle on Gauteng freeways until the government listens to the people.
Register for e-tolls: ANC3/12/2013 10:20
The African National Congress called on motorists on Tuesday to register for their e-toll accounts to take advantage of the benefits offered to registered users.
Sanral arrogant and evasive: JPSA3/12/2013 9:03
Lawyers representing Justice Project SA (JPSA) have labelled responses they got from Sanral's legal team relating to e-tolls as arrogant and evasive.
No need to buy e-tag: Outa2/12/2013 15:02
There is no need for motorists to buy e-tags to use Gauteng's freeways, the Opposition To Urban Tolling Alliance (Outa) said on Monday.
E-tolls will harm motorists: FF Plus2/12/2013 11:57
There will be irreparable harm to motorists if the e-toll regulations are not declared invalid, the FF Plus argued in the High Court in Pretoria on Monday.
JPSA threatened by Sanral Lawyers2/12/2013 8:45
Lawyers representing the SA National Roads Agency Ltd (Sanral) have threatened legal action following a request for clarification on e-toll prosecutions, Justice Project SA (JPSA) said on Monday.
Alternative routes touted28/11/2013 17:28
Gauteng has sought to assure motorists it will maintain roads that can serve as an alternative to tolled routes.
17 cents goes to e-tolling operation: Sanral28/11/2013 13:36
Only 17 cents of every rand collected through e-tolling in Gauteng goes towards the cost of managing the operations and collecting tolls, Sanral said on Thursday.