Transport Archives - OUTA


Transnet execs must tell us what happened

The SOE clean-up gains momentum with the letters of suspension for three Transnet executives, says OUTA.

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) welcomes the letters of suspension to three Transnet executives and the promise of an investigation against them.

“Shortly… Get more

Stop Fuelling Around

OUTA calls on Government to Stop Fuelling Around

On Tuesday 31 July, OUTA together with other civil action groups under the Freedom Movement banner will protest against the ever increasing fuel levy.

We will hand over a memorandum to the… Get more

OUTA calls for R1 less stress

OUTA calls for R1 less stress

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) calls on all citizens to join us and other organisations including faith-based movements and taxi associations, to put pressure on government to reduce the fuel levy by R1.… Get more

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