Nzimande said the unpopular e-tolls, which many Gauteng residents have refused to pay, had not been a key issue ahead of the polls.
“We are jumping too much ahead. I have no idea what the Cabinet is going to look like, but what I think one of the priorities of (the department of) transport is that we have to finalise this issue of e-tolls one way or the other,” Nzimande said after casting his vote in Johannesburg.
He said the fundamental question facing South Africa was “how do we fund our road networks, who pays for the road networks.”
“At the heart of the e-toll debate it’s about that - is it the government or is it the users?” Nzimande said.