South Africa: E-Toll Tarrifs Exaggerated, Minister Says

Transport Minister Dipuo Peters has said that expected monthly e-toll tariffs have been exaggerated by critics.

Traffic in Johannesburg (file photo).

  • South Africa:  800 000 Motorists Registered for E-Tags, 3 December 2013

    As the tolling system on Gauteng's freeways commenced at midnight, close to 800 000 motorists had registered for e-tags, says Transport Minister Dipuo Peters. read more »

  • South Africa:  Fight Etolls, Vote DA (press release)

    Democratic Alliance, 3 December 2013

    The following remarks were delivered by DA Gauteng Premier Candidate, Mmusi Maimane, at the launch of the DA's anti-etolls sky banner at Rand Airport today. read more »

  • South Africa:  E-Tolls - to Pay Up or Join the Ranks of the Ungovernable? (analysis)

    Daily Maverick, 2 December 2013

    In case you haven't heard, those white ornaments above the Gauteng highways go live today. E-tolling has officially started. Joy. As this is aimed squarely at the middle class, we ... read more »

  • South Africa:  E-Tolls - Some Motorists Opt for a Wait-and-See Strategy (analysis)

    Daily Maverick, 3 December 2013

    Hear ye! Hear ye! Gauteng's e-tolling system, with a build-up bigger than a pay-per-view fight, as awaited as Y2K, is here. The South African National Road Agency Limited (Sanral) ... read more »

  • South Africa:  The Introduction of E-Tolls (press release)

    African National Congress, 3 December 2013

    Today, 3 December 2013, marks the introduction of the tolling system for the roads built as part of the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Plan. These roads, which are currently a network ... read more »

  • South Africa:  Church Leaders Statement On the Decision to Begin Levying E-Tolls in Gauteng (press release)

    Congress of South African Trade Unions, 2 December 2013

    We were shocked and disappointed to hear that Government is ignoring the protests of the people and pushing ahead with this costly and inefficient way of raising funds for the new ... read more »