Monthly Archives: January 2014
The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance is shocked to hear mutterings and insinuations from the authorities that those opposed to the ill-conceived e-toll plan are partially to blame for the appalling “hoax call” behavior of one of their contracted employees.… Get more
The successful and peaceful demonstration by thousands of motorcyclists and car owners on Saturday is another indication the public are fed up with Sanral’s e-tolling debacle and are refusing to participate in the ill-conceived scheme.
“We are furthermore perturbed by… Get more
OUTA is pleased with the opinion expressed by the head of National Consumer Commission, Ebrahim Mohamed, as reported today in The Times today in the article “Sanral Must Fix Billing”.
The message in this article is one that is echoed… Get more
It appears that following the precautions taken due to yesterday’s anthrax scare evacuation, the Electronic Tolling Collection centre has failed to successfully implement a disaster recovery procedure which one would expect from an organisation of this magnitude.
In today’s highly… Get more
In response to reports that staff employed at the Sanral e-tolling operations centre in Midrand were evacuated today due to an anthrax scare, the Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance urges the public not to over-react.
“We trust that no one… Get more
Following the announcement of Mr Ben Theron’s resignation, the Chief Operations Officer of the Electronic Tolling Company, OUTA is not at all surprised at this latest turn of events, the second of two senior executive resignations within a few months… Get more
OUTA is perturbed but not surprised at the concerns and growing incidents of debt and debt-rescue cases arising as a result of e-tolling, as was reported yesterday (14 Jan 2014) by Neil Roets, the CEO of Debt Rescue – ‘… Get more
“The recent wave of numerous inexplicable, inaccurate and threatening SMS’s from SANRAL’s collection agents for outstanding e-toll fee’s merely reflects their bully-boy mentality,” says an exasperated OUTA Chairperson, Wayne Duvenage. “The various media channels and in particular, social media are… Get more