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Gauteng MEC for transport Ismail Vadi has sent out a stern warning to Uber on Wednesday, saying unregistered taxis would be impounded. “Uber vehicles will have to register with us,” said Vadi. “If they are unregistered, they are operating illegally

The office of Gauteng premier David Makhura on Tuesday denied a report in the Sowetan stating that Makhura had announced the e-tolling system in the province would be scrapped. “The story is completely wrong,” said Makhura’s spokesman, Thabo Masebe

The ANC on Monday said it was pleased that the Gauteng government had taken note of motorists’ dissatisfaction with the e-tolling system. “To this end, we are particularly pleased that the Gauteng provincial government has listened

Rating agency Moody’s has changed Sanral’s outlook from stable to negative, due to debt and decreased e-toll revenue. “The change in outlook and lower BCA (Baseline Credit Assessment) reflect

Government is working together with municipalities to consider the recommendations made by the e-tolls advisory panel and their implications, Gauteng premier David Makhura said on Thursday. “The provincial government

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

Gauteng premier David Makhura and his executive council will present the e-toll review panel’s final report to the media on Thursday, his office said. The council would present the final report

A R17bn project to introduce tablets to government schools in Gauteng will ultimately boost the country’s economy, deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa said on Wednesday. “One of the factors constraining economic growth in South Africa is the relative shortage of e-skills

Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa and Gauteng premier David Makhura unveiled the first “classroom of the future” in a step towards paperless education at a school in Tembisa, Johannesburg on Wednesday. “I’ve already made an application, I want to join you in this class

Roads agency Sanral blamed the e-tolls review panel for negatively affecting the agency’s final bond auction for the year on Wednesday. “Investor confidence in Sanral has been negatively impacted by the uncertainty created by the