The Western Cape High Court will hear a Sanral application for information about the proposed N1/N2 Winelands Toll Highway Project to be kept secret.
Over R1 billion - that's the whopping amount Gauteng motorists have refused to pay.
Motorists in Gauteng must continue to use the highways without paying the e-toll bills, the Congress of SA Trade Unions said.
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Evictions this week in Lwandle, near Somerset West, in the Western Cape were anti-black and anti-poor, the EFF said.
People evicted from Sanral-owned land at Lwandle, outside Cape Town, would be given short-term shelter, the City said.
Three people were arrested for public violence during evictionsfrom Sanral-owned land in Lwandle, outside Cape Town.
Sanral could not prove it had sold 1.2 million e-tolling tags, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has found.
Sanral said it will no longer flight e-toll adverts which the Advertising Standards Authority has labelled as misleading.
The Constitutional Court dismissed a DA application for leave to appeal against a decision regarding the constitutionality of e-tolling legislation.
No law enforcement officer is permitted to stop vehicles and demand e-toll fees, Gauteng traffic police said.
Transport ministry says no decision to introduce e-tolling system in KZN has been made.
N2 and N3 to have e-tolling by November, but Sanral says it won't be an additional toll.
Having an e-tag is optional and road users have not been stopped by police for not having one, Sanral said.
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