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INDEPENDENT MEDIA

E-tolling smoke and mirrors

The threat to withhold debtors’ licence discs raises legal questions and sets the scene for a further stand-off, writes Wayne Duvenhage

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Government’s gamble on e-tolls

Are people going to complain bitterly about e-tolls only to vote for the same party, and government, that inflicted pain on them, asks Jovial Rantao

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E-tolls take into account need to protect poor

Research has shown that 94 percent of passenger vehicles’ toll fees are paid by those in the highest income quintile, writes Vusi Mona.

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True Africanness includes everyone
May 24 2015 at 01:03

Africanness is not about being born in Africa, it is a mental attitude, writes Sandile Memela.

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A bad decision from the very beginning
May 24 2015 at 03:31

Modidima Mannya writes that e-tolls present unnecessary pressure on citizens who are being forced to pay for a service that they do not want.

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SA's xenophobia of a special type
May 24 2015 at 03:58

SA’s xenophobia hinges on the psychoses of race and ”Afrophobia”. But was this incorporation qualitatively different from capital’s global embrace? asks David Moore

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E-tolling smoke and mirrors
May 24 2015 at 03:17

The threat to withhold debtors’ licence discs raises legal questions and sets the scene for a further stand-off, writes Wayne Duvenhage

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E-tolls take into account need to protect poor
May 24 2015 at 03:06

Research has shown that 94 percent of passenger vehicles’ toll fees are paid by those in the highest income quintile, writes Vusi Mona.

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Government’s gamble on e-tolls
May 24 2015 at 01:52

Are people going to complain bitterly about e-tolls only to vote for the same party, and government, that inflicted pain on them, asks Jovial Rantao

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Financial reparations: a moral debt
May 24 2015 at 01:29

Lwando Xaso looks at reparations and how they can help South Africa heal the wounds of the past

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Call to Africa: Speak truth to power
May 24 2015 at 01:16

Heads of state need to set the stage for good governance and development by calling into line leaders who cling to power beyond their mandates, writes Thabo Makgoba

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The dream the Luthuli Detachment heroes died for
May 17 2015 at 09:42

Let us remind ourselves that the objective of the liberation sought not only the destruction of institutionalised racism, writes Mavuso Msimang.

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Stop militarising the townships
May 3 2015 at 14:19

Poverty has led to residents in informal settlements preying on each other and the state’s heavy-handed approach will not solve the problem, writes Malaika wa Azania

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