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“We are amazed that Sanral was prepared to build the N1/N2 Winelands project without knowing what it would cost the road user.”
Latest Aarto troubles could see collapse of e-tolling system even before it starts.
The Western Cape High Court's decision to halt the proposed N1/N2 Winelands Toll Highway Project pending a review was welcomed from various quarters.
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A project that would have shaved millions off the e-tolling bill, was mysteriously halted.
Toll road legislation was rushed through the National Assembly without an opportunity for public debate, Cosatu said.
MPs locked horns in parliament over the e-tolling bill before voting in favour of it.
Legislation paving the way for putting e-tolling in Gauteng into practice was approved in the National Assembly.
A constitutional law expert has called on the government to hold a referendum on the e-tolls project, according to a report.
"This is another nonsensical example of what a farce the entire matter has become."
Cosatu has warned of more drive-slow protests against e-tolling on Gauteng highways.
A woman was left in tears after demonstrators in Monday's drive-slow blocked her route.
Protesters campaigning against e-tolling vowed never to buy e-tags or to pay for e-tolls, even if the system becomes law.
Union federation Cosatu urged Gauteng residents to join in a series of “drive-slow protests” against the e-tolling of highways.
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