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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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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.
The SA National Roads Agency Limited on Sunday challenged Outa's claim that motorists are not buying e-tags.
Sanral has been ordered to fix billing problems related to the Gauteng e-toll system.
Outa has urged Parliament's transport portfolio committee to look beyond Sanral's input.
Parliament's transport portfolio committee will be briefed on Gauteng's e-tolls, SA National Roads Agency Limited said.
ANC believes rollout of BRT buses in Gauteng will help people to avoid e-tolled roads.
Concerns voiced by President Jacob Zuma about incorrect billing for e-tolls in Gauteng are being addressed, Sanral said.
Sanral says the decision to pull out of a deal to buy land for the homeless was purely based on political expediency.
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