Monthly Archives: March 2012
Friday 23 March 2012
Since the proud birth of our new democracy in South Africa, we have not seen such resistance and public outcry against a decision taken by our government. The calls to oppose e-tolling of Gauteng’s Freeway Improvements… Get more
QASA JOINS OUTA IN APPLICATION TO HALT E-TOLLING
The QuadPara Association of South Africa (QASA) has joined OUTA in the application to halt the E tolls. People with mobility impairment in South Africa, especially wheelchair users have not been… Get more
26 March 2012
The Association for Hearing Loss Accessibility and Development strongly reject the use of an e–
tolling system in South Africa.
We fully support the application by the QuadPara association of South Africa (QASA) in litigation… Get more
There is a huge difference between rural tolls, and tolling in the urban environment. The South African public has generally come to accept paying toll fees on the major freight routes such as the N1, N3 and N4. Freight companies… Get more
SAVRALA (Southern African Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association) representing approximately 450,000 vehicles continues to be very surprised by the ongoing e-Toll benefit motivations presented by SANRAL, its principal, the Department of Transport and more recently Transport Economist Dr Roelof Botha.… Get more
11 March 2012 – By Redi Thlabi
SOUTH Africans are right to oppose e-tolls. And we must continue to use all avenues to voice our objections. The government cannot bully us into submission.
“Get used to it” and “Polls are… Get more
SAVRALA Release date: 12-01-12
NO TO OPEN ROAD TOLLING GAUTENG PAYS MORE THAN ITS FAIR SHARE
The Medium–Term Budget Policy Statement in October 2011 expressed Governments clear intention to now focus on national infrastructural spend over the next three years… Get more
The following information is a compilation of information gather by SAVRALA from SANRAL and communications released by them over the past two years.
Open Road Toll System Procurement Process
Tenders for this Project were procured by means of a… Get more