Yearly Archives: 2012

Strong legal recommendation for OUTA to appeal  

On Friday 21 December 2012, the OUTA members met with their legal team to analyze and consider the judgment handed down by Vorster AJ in the North Gauteng High Court on 13 December 2012 (“the judgment”).

The meeting concluded that… Get more

e-Toll judgement a blow for society

Today’s judgement by Judge Louis Vorster represents a very sad day for South Africa’s democracy, as it demonstrates that Government is able to railroad proper public engagement process and thereby make decisions which may not be in the best interest… Get more

OUTA supports Busa’s call for peaceful e-Toll march

OUTA acknowledges the rights for COSATU’s protected marches in Johannesburg and Tshwane against E-tolling on Friday 30 November, and trusts these will be conducted in a most peaceful manner to demonstrate society’s respect for property rights and the law.

We… Get more

OUTA legal case overview and thanks

Wednesday 28 November hopefully marked the end of a long and much tougher challenge than we

initially envisaged, after setting out in March to put a legal halt to the eTolling of Gauteng’s Freeways

I say so feeling confident that… Get more

OUTA calls for independent tolls enquiry

The Sunday Times report on 25 November 2012 reveals a veil of questionable practices within the South African tolling industry, which hints at the need for a much broader and deeper examination into all tolling per se, than just the… Get more

SANRAL featured headlines in Sunday Times

How can anyone take SANRAL seriously or buy an eTag after today’s exposure in the Sunday Times.  Government would do well to appoint an independent commission of inquiry into all tenders handled by SANRAL. Don’t forget, they lost a… Get more

COSATU march and call to stop e-Tolls -30 Nov

Cosatu invites the public to join them in a legal and organised march on Friday 30th November 2012, to send a clear message to the Government to withdraw their plan to toll Gauteng’s Freeways. Marches will take place in… Get more

Government continues to mislead public on e-Tolls

The three public information sessions held last week to discuss the proposed eToll tariffs and exemptions, sent a clear message to Government that its citizens do not want eTolls!

Despite the attempts by Government this week to try and put… Get more

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