e-Tolls

Mr Premier, it is time to scrap e-tolls

ANC Gauteng has once again joined those in favour of ending the e-tolls scheme, but not for the first time.

OUTA welcomes the Gauteng ANC’s resolution to scrap the e-toll scheme as too much of a financial burden on motorists… Get more

SANRAL report indicates e-toll debt is hard to collect

The South African Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) financial statements provide a clear signal that the state-owned entity acknowledges that it is finding collecting the Gauteng e-toll debt extremely difficult, says the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA).

It also means that… Get more

E-TOLL UPDATE: THAT LEGAL CHALLENGE IS SLOWLY PROGRESSING

On one side, batches of text messages with debt collection warnings are repeatedly sent in a war of attrition against motorists who don’t pay Gauteng e-tolls. On the other side, OUTA’s long-awaited battle over the constitutionality of e-tolls is slowly… Get more

E-TOLL OPERATOR EARNS 74% OF TOTAL E-TOLL INCOME

Following Minister Joe Maswanganyi’s recent update and explanation of the e-toll situation in Parliament last week, OUTA has deduced that of the R2,9 billion e-toll income received from motorists since inception (December 2013) to March 2017, the Austrian-owned e-toll collection… Get more

OUTA BARS 55 SANRAL E-TOLL CASES TO VALUE OF R2 MILLION

OUTA has barred 55 of SANRAL’s summonses served on e-toll defaulters, with a total value of almost R2 million.

In these cases brought against OUTA’s contributing supporters, SANRAL failed to follow legal procedures and deadlines in getting these summonses to… Get more

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