Monthly Archives: June 2013

OUTA concerned GFIP collusion fines too low

OUTA welcomes the announcement on Monday by the Competition Commission, which fined 15 construction groups a collective total of R1.46bn to settle a multiyear investigation of bid rigging. It is, however, noted that the settlement at 5% of the estimated… Get more

e-Tolls to further knock debt crisis – OUTA

Citizens’ rights group OUTA has said that South African’s high debt levels are yet more proof that eTolling would be the worst possible option to pay for new roads. Speaking in Johannesburg, OUTA chairman, Wayne Duvenage echoed the concerns raised… Get more

OUTA fumes at Kapsch revenue

In response to the following article: https://bloom.bg/14utrge

E-tolling opponents OUTA have reacted with shock to Austrian e-tolling company KapschTraffiCom’s announcement of additional annual revenue of €50 million (approximately R670 million) from Gauteng’s e-tolling system. “This is money that is being… Get more

OUTA on a high

Following OUTA’s call last week to society for help in raising R1 million to get its case to the Supreme Court of Appeal in September 25th, “Just five days later we are able to announce that over R1.35… Get more

Incredible support for OUTA rolls in

Citizens’ rights group, OUTA, has reported a massive response from the public in the wake of its June 5th appeal for a million Rand to enable it to take its e-tolling case to the Supreme Court of Appeal in… Get more

R1 mil shortfall jeopardises e-Toll court challenge

In April 2012, OUTA interdicted the introduction of eTolls and again in January 2013, won the right to have their case heard in the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA). These critical victories ensured that motorists around the country were saved… Get more