Zuma is ‘disrespectful’ of judicial process

By Madimetja Mashishi President Jacob Zuma’s signing into law of Transport Laws and Related Matters Amendment Bill, the so-called E-tolls Bill, into law today is ‘disrespectful of the judicial process’, says the Democratic Alliance’s Ian Ollis. “[Zuma] has insulted South Africans today by signing the Transport Laws and Related Matters Amendment Bill into law on … Continue reading “Zuma is ‘disrespectful’ of judicial process”

Zuma makes e-tolls bill law

Pretoria – President Jacob Zuma has signed the Transport Laws and Related Matters Amendment Bill into law which provides for the collection of tolls on Gauteng’s roads, among other things. The bill was necessitated by the development of the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project (GFIP) as well as future plans for the development of the country’s … Continue reading “Zuma makes e-tolls bill law”

E-tolls website “almost hacked”

Pretoria – A possible cyber-attack on the South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) e-toll website was thwarted on Thursday. “The South African National Roads Agency SOC Ltd (SANRAL) confirms that a bid to launch a Denial of Service attack on the e-toll website has been thwarted. The attack was detected by Gauteng e-toll operator, Electronic … Continue reading “E-tolls website “almost hacked””

Cabinet gives Gauteng e-tolls the green light

Pretoria – Cabinet has agreed that the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) should proceed with the implementation of the Gauteng e-tolling system, Transport Minister Ben Martins announced on Friday. Today, the Department of Transport gazetted the toll tariffs and regulations for public comment that will apply to users of the toll road network … Continue reading “Cabinet gives Gauteng e-tolls the green light”

Cosatu “to oppose” e-tolls

Pretoria – Trade union federation Cosatu says it regrets the ruling by the Constitutional Court on Thursday in favour of Government and the SA National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) in a court case that had led to the delay of the implementation of e-tolling on Gauteng’s freeways. The High Court in Pretoria had earlier granted … Continue reading “Cosatu “to oppose” e-tolls”

Gauteng E-tolling: ConCourt rules in Govt.’s favour

Johannesburg – The Constitutional Court on Thursday ruled in favour of Government and the SA National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) in a court case that had led to the delay of the implementation of the e-toll on Gauteng’s freeways. The High Court in Pretoria had earlier granted The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (Outa) an … Continue reading “Gauteng E-tolling: ConCourt rules in Govt.’s favour”