It is disappointing that courts are not very familiar with issues around access to information, the Right2Know Campaign said.
The Right2Know campaign is filing an urgent application to open up the court record on tolling in the Western Cape which Sanral wants kept closed.
The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry has welcomed the announcement by Sanral that there will be no e-tolling in Cape Town.
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Two people have been added to the panel tasked with examining the impact of e-tolls, Gauteng premier David Makhura said.
Panel tasked with inviting submissions from Gauteng residents on proposed solutions.
Just as NPA assigns prosecutors to deal with e-toll defaulters, minister offers discounts.
The e-toll reprieve announced by the Transport Minister means nothing as government policy on e-tolls has not changed, Cosatu said.
TAG lawyer points out there is still a case pending over constitutionality of e-tolls.
Two prosecutors appointed, more than a million at risk of criminal records.
The panel chosen to assess the socio-economic impact of e-tolls in the province is a reputable team, Gauteng’s transport portfolio committee said.
Outa says it would be crazy to start prosecuting while e-tolling is under review.
Premier's panel to assess e-tolling effects has been met with sharp criticism.
Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance ready to back the first person summonsed for e-tolls.
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