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TRANSPORT

In this portfolio of projects, our portfolio manager is addressing a number of projects related to corruption, wasteful expenditure and irrational tax policy projects, such as the Gauteng E-Toll Decision, Concessionaire Tolling, The High costs of Road Construction, The South African Airways and others

AARTO AMENDMENT BILL

OUTA believes that the Bill in its current form will not withstand scrutiny and that there are many sections in the Bill that are unconstitutional, not practicable and unworkable.  The main purpose of the Bill is to improve road safety yet, as it stands the Bill appears to be geared towards generating revenue.

SANRAL E-TOLLS

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 heading for court.

FREEWAY CONSTRUCTION COSTS

A heavily overpriced freeway upgrade justified the decision to introduce e-Tolls and has paved the way for the capture of another State Owned Entity.

SAA CAMPAIGN

OUTA is concerned about recent events, decisions and conduct of the board of directors at South African Airways.

SAA – DUDU MYENI

During Ms Myeni’s tenure as Chairperson, SAA has lost an estimated R10.5 billion over a period of 5 years, despite that fact that SAA was profitable between 2010 and 2012.

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