Johannesburg - The ANC in Gauteng said it was willing to meet Finance Minister Tito Mboweni over its proposals on the reconfiguration of e-tolls.
ANC provincial secretary Jacob Khawe said on Wednesday that despite Mboweni’s previous stance on e-tolls that people would pay, they welcomed the fact the e-tolls would be reconfigured following consultations between stakeholders.
Key stakeholders include Gauteng Premier David Makhura and the minister of transport.
Khawe said they would like to make their proposals to Mboweni.
“We welcome the minister’s different stance. In the previous speech, he would have said pay for e-tolls.