A final decision on the future of e-tolls on the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project has still not been taken by government.
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Government and some state-owned entities appear to be painting themselves into a corner on the user-pays principle, which government often uses to justify e-tolls.
Fuel prices will fall by a record in April, the Automobile Association of South Africa predicted on Friday, but few motorists and businesses with fleets will be able to take advantage.
More than 52% of motorists believe there is nothing government can do to convince them to start paying their e-tolls on Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project roads, according to the AA.
The only fair and sensible approach is to immediately suspend e-tolling in Gauteng and reimburse consumers who have paid e-tolls since 2013, says the Automobile Association.
The rights of Gauteng road users who are not members of the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse should be protected as much as those drivers who are members of the civil rights body, says
The recent period of fuel price reductions is set for a reversal as the weakening rand and stronger international petroleum prices combine to cause pain at the pumps. This is according to the Automobile Association, which was
An increase in the fuel levy, together with international petroleum price hikes, mean consumers should be ready for a stiff fuel price increase in April, according to the Automobile Association. “Including the additional 30c/l fuel levy, petrol is likely to see
Civil rights body the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse has voiced what it terms its disgust at the mandatory tariff hikes announced by roads agency Sanral in recent government gazette notices
The Automobile Association has launched a logbook plug-in for Microsoft Outlook that makes filling in last-minute tax claims for vehicle use a little easier. The plug-in, which only works in the Windows version of Outlook, allows users to make use of the application’s calendaring data to calculate distances travelled