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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.
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Sanral says the decision to pull out of a deal to buy land for the homeless was purely based on political expediency.
Authorities urge taxi operators to refrain from unruly behaviour on eve of planned strike.
The case against a man arrested in connection with acts of terrorism against Sanral was struck off the court roll.
The Tollgate Action Group (TAG) will push ahead with a court case to have Gauteng's e-tolls declared unconstitutional.
State utility satisfied with e-tag registrations and toll payments, says spokesman.
AfriForum Youth has launched an online petition to mobilise students against the e-tolling system, the organisation said.
A bomb scare at Sanral's operations centre is a sign of the severity of civil resistance against tolling in Gauteng, the FF Plus said.
Motorists and firms receiving bills for cars they don't own, and they're easy to get.
Close to 300 riders turn out for Bikers Against e-Tolls protest run in Cape Town.
KZN could be next, as bikers across Gauteng clogged N1 and N3 to protest against pay roads.
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