Elements of the Gauteng e-toll system must be reviewed, Gauteng premier David Makhura announced on Thursday.
These elements related to the affordability, sustainability and administration problems with the system, he said.
Makhura was addressing media on findings and recommendations following a report made by a panel which reviewed the socioeconomic impact of the e-tolls last year.
Meanwhile, Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance’s (Outa’s) Wayne Duvenage tweeted that he had not been allowed to attend the e-tolls presentation.
“It appears that Outa has been barred from attending the oremier’s e-toll panel report presentation at 12.00 today?” he tweeted. — Sapa