JOHANNESBURG - The scrapping of e-tolls is finally on the cards but Gauteng motorists will have to wait a few more weeks before the Transport Minister decides what to do.
Fikile Mbalula is expected to report back on e-tolls by the end of August.
"There is a demand on the table that we are responding to that we must scrap e-tolls. If we do away with e-tolls, how do we overcome those challenges so it's a hard debate, it's robust."
“With all the constraints we are looking at the issues and we will give the report to cabinet, and the President and the citizens, it’s not a one-way process. We have to engage with the stakeholders and then we’ve got to engage with everybody. It’s not next year, August we will be back.”
Sanral is owed around R11-billion in unpaid fees.