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Roads agency Sanral is expecting smooth revenue collection through e-tolling, transport minister Dipuo Peters said on Sunday. “The system is ready. We expect a smooth process from 3 December,” Peters told media at a briefing on the e-tolling system’s readiness. The briefing took

Motorists are expected to pay within seven days after receiving e-toll bills or they would be handed over to debt collectors, Sanral chief executive Nazir Alli said on Sunday. “There are incentives included within the debt collection process that includes registering and getting an e-tag,” Alli

There was only one exception to the misery with which the arrival of e-tolling on Gauteng highways was greeted on Wednesday. This came from roads agency Sanral, which described the development as good news. “We now have certainty as to when tolling on the inner

Roads agency Sanral has more than 1,4m unsold e-tags, according to transport minister Dipuo Peters. “Sanral procured 2,1m e-tags over the past three years; a total of 1,4m have not been allocated,” she said in a written reply to a parliamentary question. The figures imply 679 000 e-tags have

E-tolling in Gauteng will most likely be implemented by the end of the year, transport minister Dipuo Peters said on Monday. “Last week, we finalised the regulations and this week we will be dealing with the tariff structure and starting the process to publicise the tariff structure,” she said at a New

The controversial e-tolling system has won an international award for technology, the roads agency Sanral said on Tuesday. “Sanral has just been announced as a winner of an international award for the excellence of its work,” spokesman Vusi Mona said. It was awarded the 2013 Toll

The implementation of e-tolls on Gauteng highways is imminent, the transport department and the national roads agency said on Sunday. “There are a few steps left in this process, but the implementation of the e-toll system is well on its way

E-tolling of Gauteng freeways got the legal nod on Thursday when the high court in Pretoria on Thursday dismissed an application to have the project scrapped. “The application is dismissed,” Judge Louis Vorster said, reading out his judgment. “In my view the application cannot succeed.” Vorster

Finance minister Pravin Gordhan has made an unusual appeal to the constitutional court in a bid to set aside the high court order halting e-tolling, according to reports on Wednesday. In an affidavit, he warns that SA would face a dark economic future if the order was not set aside urgently. According to

Public protector Thuli Madonsela has agreed to consider the DA’s request for a probe into the Gauteng e-tolling contracts, the party said on Wednesday. “Madonsela has responded to my request for an investigation into the Gauteng e-toll contracts, including a possible link with arms deal corruption