Cabinet has decided to scrap the electronic tolling of Gauteng’s freeways, Moneyweb reported on Monday, citing transport minister Fikile Mbalula.
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.
Roads agency Sanral on Tuesday tore strips off the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse, accusing the lobby group of making statements and claims that are both defamatory and actionable
Gauteng motorists will know on Friday how e-tolling will be implemented, the inter-ministerial committee on the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project (GFIP) said. “The committee will be making an announcement on Friday on how the e-tolls will be implemented,” spokesman Thabo Masebe said on Wednesday