AARTO fix isn’t good enough

Road safety needs urgent help, but the proposed AARTO Amendment Bill is not the answer, says OUTA.


OUTA believes that the proposed changes to the AARTO law are impractical, irrational and legally flawed.

“If the AARTO Amendment Bill is… Get more

Time to sell SAA

SAA has needed bailout after bailout, due to financial mismanagement. It’s finances aren’t getting any better.

Following the tabling in Parliament of the Auditor General’s qualified audit and scathing findings on SAA and its financials, OUTA believes it is… Get more

Dudu Won’t Be Missed

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) welcomes the Cabinet announcement that a new board has been approved for SAA and Dudu Myeni is finally fired.

OUTA believes that Myeni is at the core of SAA’s problems, has no ability as… Get more


The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) is concerned at SANRAL’s continued harassment and bullying tactics, through the issuing of demands and summons to motorists for non-payment of e-tolls.

“OUTA is currently receiving numerous calls from members of the public on… Get more

OUTA Welcomes appointment of SAA CEO

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) believes that SAA has a fighting chance to return to profitability with the appointment of new CEO Vuyani Jarana.

Jarana’s business experience and executive acumen will be an asset to the troubled airline.

“Naturally… Get more

Keep Popo Molefe on PRASA board

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) congratulates Popo Molefe, the outgoing Chairperson of the board of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) for the work he has done to expose and tackle corruption within this state-owned enterprise. The… Get more

Myeni’s out in August and OUTA can’t wait

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) welcomes Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba’s confirmation that Dudu Myeni will not serve another term on the board of South African Airways.

Myeni was appointed to the SAA board in October 2009 and has chaired… Get more