e-Tolls Saga

The e-Toll saga has united people across South Africa. Find out where we're at.
1 day 6 hours ago
The SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) will heed Transport Minister Dipuo Peters' call for the prosecution of non-paying e-toll users to be halted for now. Read Full Article
1 week 1 hour ago
Sanral employees are civilians who have no authority to stop any vehicle to enforce e-toll laws, the road agency has said. Read Full Article
1 week 23 hours ago
Prosecutors have been appointed to work with the SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) to deal with non-payment of e-tolls. Read Full Article
1 week 5 days ago
Academics and other experts will make up the Gauteng Premier's e-tolls review panel, which seeks public opinion on solutions to the controversial tolling system. Read Full Article
2 weeks 2 days ago
DA parliamentary leader Mmusi Maimane on Monday, called for the e-toll system to be reviewed by Parliament. Read Full Article
3 weeks 4 days ago
Gauteng premier David Makhura on Friday announced plans to review e-tolling in the province. He said deliberations were needed on how to finance road infrastructure. Read Full Article
1 month 6 days ago
Statements by Transport MEC Ismail Vadi that e-tolling may be replaced by a more efficient payment mechanism have yet to be commented on by Sanral. Read Full Article
1 month 2 weeks ago
Anti-toll organisations say motorists pulled over at highway roadblocks should not feel intimidated or bullied into getting e-tags against their will. Read Full Article
1 month 2 weeks ago
Sanral said on Monday it will no longer flight e-toll adverts which the Advertising Standards Authority has labelled as misleading. Read Full Article
2 months 1 day ago
Cosatu spokesperson Patrick Craven says the union federation remains opposed to any kind of e-tolls regardless of the province. Read Full Article


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