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After 13 years of controversy, the N2 Wild Coast toll-road saga has taken another surprising turn.
The SA National Roads Agency Limited has scrapped plans to construct a toll-road on the N2 Wild Coast Highway.
A proposed amendment to draft e-tolling legislation could reportedly delay the implementation of tolls across Gauteng freeways.
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COSATU has given the departments of Transport Finance three days to respond to its demand to do away with e-tolls.
Since government is determined to implement the e-tolls, irate citizens “must show the same determination”.
Protest marchers against e-tolling reached the department of transport in Pretoria, after 1pm on Friday.
“We must stand still by not buying e-tolls. This thing must collapse.”
Cosatu will occupy "all the streets of Gauteng" if it does not receive "positive" feedback on the anti-tolling memorandum by Monday.
Cop blocked the entrance to the National Treasury when protesters arrived at the first stop of their anti-e-tolling march in Pretoria.
Cosatu's Tshwane chairman says the e-tolling gantries will be removed, not destroyed.
"We are earning little salaries as it is and cannot afford to buy most of our needs."
“Government respects the rights of any organised formation or individuals to engage in public demonstration.”
Protesters started arriving at Mary Fitzgerald Square ahead of a march to show their rejection of plans for tolled roads in Gauteng.
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