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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.
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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.
The Cape High Court is set to hear argument that the law governing e-tolls should be declared unconstitutional.
DA going to court in another bid to have the e-tolling system declared unconstitutional.
Research report explains in eight points why e-tolling will fail in Gauteng.
The DA will be heading to court this week to have the law that allows e-tolling declared unconstitutional.
E-toll fees will add about R4 million to Shoprite Checkers distribution costs each year.
Court cases involving e-tolling highways have cost the taxpayer over R6m in legal fees, according to Pravin Gordhan.
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