OUTA confirms it has received the affidavits from Treasury, SANRAL and four others, who have lodged papers in the Constitutional Court to appeal the interdict against eTolling of GFIP granted on 28 April 2012 by Judge Prinsloo.
OUTA’s chairperson,… Get more
OUTA is surprised to hear Cabinet’s announcement to appeal the court’s granting of the interdict against the e-Tolling of Gauteng’s freeways, on 28th April 2012.
Despite the announcement, our attorney of record has not received any correspondence to this effect.… Get more
Almost two weeks after achieving the historical interdict to halt eTolls in Gauteng, pending a full court review, OUTA now launches it’s much awaited fund raising campaign to cover the high legal costs of this case.
“At the outset of… Get more
While welcoming the formation of a Ministerial Committee to deal with the GFIP eTolling crisis, OUTA chair Wayne Duvenage has called for the terms of reference to be widened to investigate the many unanswered questions with respect to SANRAL’s dealings… Get more
Now that the court has issued an interim interdict against e-tolling, motorists need not buy e-tags and should carry on using the roads as they have previously done.
This is according to Pieter Conradie, Director in the Dispute Resolution: Litigation,… Get more