Despite an imminent government decision on the future of e-tolls, the department of transport has published revised tariffs for the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project that will be effective from 1 March.
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Finance minister Tito Mboweni has reiterated that government has decided to retain the user-pay principle and e-tolls on the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project.
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 sorry state of South Africa’s state power utility starkly illustrates just how far the country slipped during former President Jacob Zuma’s scandal-marred rule and the enormity of the task of rebuilding the nation’s stricken finances.
Published last week as an audio podcast, TechCentral is pleased to now bring you the full, fiery debate on e-tolls between Outa CEO Wayne Duvenage and ETC CEO Coenie Vermaak in high-definition video.
In this special episode of the podcast, TechCentral editor Duncan McLeod moderates a lively and fiery debate between Outa CEO Wayne Duvenage and Electronic Toll Collection CEO Coenie Vermaak on Gauteng’s e-tolls system.