South African Court Hears E-Toll Arguments
The costs of collection for e-tolling should not have been examined without considering the cost of the entire project, the Constitutional Court hears.
South Africa: Costs of E-Toll Collection Should Not Have Been Examined
South African Press Association, 15 August 2012
The costs of collection for e-tolling should not have been examined without considering the cost of the entire project, the Constitutional Court heard on Wednesday. read more »
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South Africa: Concourt to Hear E-Toll Arguments
SAnews.gov.za, 15 August 2012
The Constitutional Court will this morning hear arguments by the SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) and Treasury on why it should overturn the interim interdict granted by ... read more »
Daily Maverick, 30 April 2012
During a sideline conversation in court, an advocate in the e-tolling case mentioned that Judge Bill Prinsloo was gaining a reputation for being the "underdog judge". On Saturday, ... read more »
Democratic Alliance, 28 April 2012
The Democratic Alliance (DA) is delighted with today's ruling by Judge Prinsloo that an interdict against SANRAL implementing the hugely unpopular Gauteng tolls, should be granted. read more »
South Africa: Dept to Study Court Judgment On E-Tolling
BuaNews, 29 April 2012
The Department of Transport says it has noted the judgment handed down by the North Gauteng High Court regarding the implementation of e-tolling on the Gauteng Freeway Improvement ... read more »