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National roads boss says urban e-tolling will be extended to KZN and the rest of SA.
Parliament question reveals less than half of registered e-tags belong to individuals.
Judgment on whether the e-tolling legislation is unconstitutional and invalid was postponed in the Western Cape High Court.
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FF Plus application to stop implementation of e-tolls has been struck off the roll.
No irreparable harm will be caused if e-tolling begins on Tuesday, the High Court heard.
Opposition alliance argues that there is no need for motorists to buy e-tags.
Implementation will cause irreparable harm to motorists, the FF Plus argued in court.
But there will be one last-ditch bid to stop Sanral's hated e-tolling switch-on.
Four in 10 Gauteng motorists polled in an e-toll survey indicated that they might buy e-tags, or already had, a survey shows.
JPSA calls for clarity on intended processes for prosecuting those who don't pay e-tolls.
Gauteng has sought to assure motorists it will maintain roads that can serve as an alternative to tolled routes.
According to Sanral, 'only' 17 cents per rand goes towards collection and operation.
SA Post Office confident that it could deal with an influx of Gauteng e-toll bills.
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