Monthly Archives: June 2014

OUTA requests SANRAL to clarify intent to prosecute

The announcement by the new Gauteng Premier David Makhura last Friday to set up a special panel to review the impact on e-tolls on the province, offers the Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance hope that the adversarialism and controversy over… Get more

OUTA cautiously welcomes review on e-Tolls

The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (OUTA) welcomes Premier Makhura’s announcement of his plans to commission a panel to assess the impact and efficiency of e-tolling in Gauteng, as indicated on Friday in his State of the Province Address.

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OUTA welcomes e-Toll rethink but seeks clarity

Outa welcomes recent media statements and suggestions by MEC Vadi on a ‘rethink’ of the future of e-tolls, however, “we seek clarity on the statement which appears to have shed more confusion on the matter” says OUTA’s chairperson, Wayne Duvena… Get more

ASA rules against SANRAL for misleading adverts

Concerted citizen action has forced Sanral to withdraw factually incorrect advertising, after the Advertising Standards Authority of South Africa (ASA) ruled against Sanral on three complaints against claims made in their e-toll advertising commercials.

Several weeks ago OUTA Social Media… Get more