Last year on 15 August 2017, OUTA identified an opportunity to change the law and prevent all Public Participation Processes taking place between 15 December and 15 January. Our… Get more
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) announced on Friday that former Member of Parliament Dr Makhosi Khoza will head up its new local government strategy.
OUTA has recently appointed Mr Ronald Chauke as its Energy Portfolio Manager, who joins OUTA with a wealth of knowledge and experience in the energy sector, having served as the Head of Department at the National Energy Regulator (NERSA) and… Get more
The recent turn of events on South Africa’s political stage suggest that 2016 will probably go down as the most significant year of change in our nation’s young but fragile… Get more
We are punching well below our weight and it comes down to poor governance, maladministration, corruption and weak political leadership. Every year, in an attempt to… Get more
Some sixteen months ago, The Department of Transport and Sanral decided to forge ahead with their plans to launch the e-toll system, against the wishes of the public at large, their critics and the numerous business organisations who warned of… Get more
Applause and compliance must be earned, not be begged for or enforced
In response to Minister Nene’s budget speech statements with regard to the E-toll fiasco, the Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance will write to Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa requesting… Get more
It was just over two years ago, in February 2012 that OUTA was constituted to launch a legal challenge against Government’s decision to introduce e-tolling to fund the upgrade of Gauteng’s freeways. The challenge has lasted far longer than we… Get more
Following a long and most impactful life on our nation, today we mourn and pay respect to the passing of a special person, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, born 95 years ago on July 18 1918 in the Transkei.
We will resupporter… Get more
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