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The Opposition To Urban Tolling Alliance (Outa) group said on Tuesday it was confused by transport minister Dipuo Peters’ stance on the e-tolls review. During a radio interview on Monday, Peters said there would be no review of the user-pays principle. She claimed that Gauteng premier David Makhura

The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (Outa) on Tuesday welcomed a new legal offensive against e-tolling by two political parties. “We maintain the legislation lacks both ethical legitimacy, as well as formal lawfulness,” chairman Wayne Duvenage said in a statement

Claims that roads agency Sanral has been ready to implement e-tolls for the past two years are false, the Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (Outa) said on Thursday. Outa chairman Wayne Duvenage said Sanral had instead failed itself. “If Sanral were so efficient and their funding predicament

The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (Outa) has raised R2,35m which will go towards its court challenge to e-tolling on Gauteng’s highways, it said on Tuesday. “Just five days later we are able to announce that over R1,35m was raised from the public, plus a further R1m contribution on

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

In a judgment handed down on Thursday, the constitutional court set aside an interim order that put on hold a plan to toll highways in Gauteng. “The interim order granted by the high court on 28 April 2012 is set aside,” said deputy chief justice Dikgang Moseneke. This was because the high court

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

The high court in Pretoria will hear an application by the Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (Outa) on Tuesday for an urgent interdict preventing Sanral from launching the e-toll system on Gauteng highways. “This [interdict] is … to give judges time to review arguments in the matter and then make a decision