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.
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Justice Project says Sanral purposefully creating chaos to push public into registering.
Sanral’s Pretoria nerve centre came to a grinding halt after the discovery of an envelope with white powder.
The police declined to comment about the evacuation of the SA National Roads Agency Limited's operations centre in Pretoria.
The Gauteng highway tolling system was disrupted when Sanral's operations centre in Pretoria had to be evacuated.
Complaints about e-tolling will be taken up by the National Consumer Commission (NCC).
Gauteng motorists not registered for e-tolls should pay their e-toll bills as soon as possible to avoid being charged more, Sanral said.
Cosatu’s spokesman Patrick Craven is leading a frontier of civil disobedience in the battle against the controversial e-tolling system on Gauteng highways.
The chief operating officer of the company tasked with collecting e-tolls in Gauteng resigned for personal reasons, Electronic Tolling Collection (ETC) Pty Ltd said.
The chief operating officer of the company tasked with collecting e-tolls in Gauteng has resigned.
DA has offered to forward your e-toll complaints to the National Consumer Commission.
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