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It is not illegal for Sanral traffic control vehicles, which are assisting on the Gauteng highways, to have blue lights, the road agency said.
A Cape Town motorist is convinced somebody is using his car registration illegally.
Sanral will heed Transport Minister Dipuo Peters' call for the prosecution of non-paying e-toll users to be halted for now.
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Agency warns of e-mails claiming money can be taken directly from motorists bank accounts.
Toll tariffs will increase in line with the consumer price index on 24 May.
Julius Malema told SABC acting CEO Hlaudi Motsoeneng that the e-toll gantries could not be removed emotionally.
More than 46 000 taxis have registered for etolling in Gauteng, says Sanral.
An 78-year-old woman deregistered the car a gang stole from her five years ago, but she is still being told to pay e-toll bills.
Cope has called on President Jacob Zuma to listen to religious leaders calling for him to come clean on the Nkandla saga.
Taxis had no reason to boycott e-tolls because public transport vehicles were exempt from tolls, the SA National Taxi Council said.
Outa has applauded taxi group Santaco's call to boycott electronic tolling in Gauteng.
Sanral cites cloned number plates or vehicle owners not updating registration details.
Cape motorists still receiving e-toll bills for vehicles that have not been to Gauteng.
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