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Cabinet on Thursday announced the appointment of the current CEO of the company operating Gauteng’s controversial e-toll system to succeed Sanral CEO Nazir Alli, who retires at the end of September. Sanral said in a statement

The morning session of the Gauteng e-tolls review panel on Wednesday experienced a few tense moments as an economist for Sanral took issue with objections to e-tolling. Research consultant Rudolf Botha was presenting a study he undertook for roads agency Sanral, which included the finding that

South Africa would be in “serious trouble” if the existing e-tolling debt was not settled, roads agency Sanral told the e-toll review panel in Pretoria on Wednesday. “There is no new money,” said Sanral CEO Nazir Alli. Alli said that currently the agency had

Transport minister Dipuo Peters on Tuesday said she and her team would withdraw from the e-tolls review panel proceedings if they were “taken on”. Posing questions to Peters and the transport department, a legal expert

Concerns voiced by president Jacob Zuma about incorrect billing for e-tolls in Gauteng are being addressed, roads agency Sanral said on Wednesday. Sanral CEO Nazir Alli said in a statement the agency had responded to Zuma through the office

The evacuation of roads agency Sanral’s central operations centre in Centurion on Friday, for the second time this week, was concerning, said CEO Nazir Alli. “Sanral is extremely worried about the impact this kind of behaviour is having on the people who work

Roads agency Sanral has denied claims that it lied about the number of e-tags in circulation, it was reported on Thursday. “It would be downright stupid of us to lie about this,” Sanral CEO Nazir Alli was quoted by Business Day as

E-tolling is not a major election issue for the ANC ahead of this year’s elections, roads agency Sanral’s CEO, Nazir Alli, has said. “I don’t think it was a major concern, they just wanted to hear it from the horse’s mouth so to speak; to hear it from our

This week, e-tolling began on highways upgraded as part of the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project despite ongoing resistance from political organisations, business, labour and the public. The cost of the 185km project increased by 222% from R6,4bn in 2006. Within

An offer by legal firm Findlay & Niemeyer Inc to defend the first non-compliant e-toll road user borders on incitement, Sake24 reported on Tuesday. This is according to Patrick Bracher, a director at the legal firm Norton Rose Fulbright. He said the offer