The public are advised to be aware of scam artists and people acting under the pretense of conducting research in the name of OUTA on e-tolling, in order to either:
WHAT DOES THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT DECISION MEAN FOR OUTA’S CASE?
On 20 September 2012, the Constitutional Court ruled to set aside the temporary interdicting of e-Tolling, granted by Judge Prinsloo on 28 April 2012. This judgment by the Constitutional… Get more
OUTA is concerned that the voices of Gauteng’s road users were not heard in the Constitutional Court today but were sacrificed in terms of a legal technicality related to the courts ability to interfere with the executive powers of government.… Get more
The South African National Consumer Union reports that the current pressures on motorists, and road users is becoming intolerable.
The announcement on Sunday 2 September by the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to withdraw murder charges against the 270 Lonmin miners arrested at Marikana, while long overdue, at least demonstrates a capacity by Government to review decisions despite their strong… Get more