The Western Cape High Court will hear a Sanral application for information about the proposed N1/N2 Winelands Toll Highway Project to be kept secret.
Over R1 billion - that's the whopping amount Gauteng motorists have refused to pay.
Motorists in Gauteng must continue to use the highways without paying the e-toll bills, the Congress of SA Trade Unions said.
Items 1 - 10 of 113
It is not illegal for Sanral traffic control vehicles, which are assisting on the Gauteng highways, to have blue lights, the road agency said.
A Cape Town motorist is convinced somebody is using his car registration illegally.
Sanral will heed Transport Minister Dipuo Peters' call for the prosecution of non-paying e-toll users to be halted for now.
Sanral must remove Gauteng traffic police branding, blue lights and sirens from its vehicles, Justice Project SA (JPSA) said.
Transport Minister Dipuo Peters has asked that prosecution of non-paying e-toll users be halted for now.
The e-toll concessions announced by Transport Minister Dipuo Peters do not reduce the cost to road users, Outa said.
Two people have been added to the panel tasked with examining the impact of e-tolls, Gauteng premier David Makhura said.
Join us on
Whether you are a buyer or seller, wegotads is your online marketplace.
Buying a car has never been easy. Motoring.co.za contains a large database of car listings with a user friendly search.
Start searching today »
Make sure you find the best available airfares with our easy-to-use search engine.
You are here:
Special Features /
We like to make your life easier
Subscribe to one of our feeds and receive instant news.
Browse IOL on your phone at m.iol.co.za.
Subscribe to our newsletters. News delivered to your inbox!
TwitterJoin us now
FacebookJoin us now
Terms & Conditions
© Copyright 1999 - 2014 Independent Online, a division of Independent Newspapers (Pty) Limited. The copyright in the literary and artistic works contained in this online news publication and its other related and connected websites, as well as in the published editions of group newspapers, their supplements and any other content or material, belongs exclusively to Independent Newspapers (Pty) Limited unless otherwise stated.
The reproduction of any content or material contained in this online news publication and its other related websites as well as the published editions of group newspapers and their supplements is expressly reserved to the publisher, Independent Newspapers (Pty) Limited, under Section 12(7) of the Copyright Act of 1978. Reliance on the information contained in the online news publications and other related content published on this website is done at your own risk and subject to our “terms and conditions”. Independent Newspapers (Pty) Limited has committed itself to The Press Code of Professional Practice which prescribes that news must be reported in a truthful, accurate, fair and balanced manner. If we don't live up to the Press Code please contact The Press Ombudsman 2nd Floor, 7 St David’s Park, St David’s Place, Parktown, 2193 or PO Box 47221, Parklands 2121 or email email@example.com (www.ombudsman.org.za) or telephone 011 484 3612/8.