Two non-governmental organisations raised concerns on about Sanral's application for certain court documents and court hearings to be kept secret.
The resignation of Sanral chairwoman Tembakazi Mnyaka was not surprising as the organisation was facing a number of problems, the Opposition to Urban Tolling Al...
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.
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Agency says introduction of tolls is only a small part of Winelands Toll Highway Project.
Johannesburg roads crumbling under the onslaught of increased traffic and underinvestment.
Toll plazas equipped to accept e-tags as Sanral prepares for national e-tolling rollout.
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.
High Court hears that Transport Laws Act hasn't made vital changes to provinces.
"To exclude the provinces in bills of this nature is simply outrageous."
With provinces ready to hand over major roads to Sanral, more tolling may be on the cards.
Provinces should be able to debate the e-tolling bill because it affects them, the Western Cape High Court heard.
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