e-tolls and the Gauteng review panel

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IFP expresses faith in toll reviews

IFP expresses faith in toll reviews

E-toll review panel findings by end of November.

E-toll review panel findings by end of November.

E-toll review panel not linked to 2016 elections: Makhura

E-toll review panel not linked to 2016 elections: Makhura

South Africans must pay for e-tolls: Transport Minister

South Africans must pay for e-tolls: Transport Minister

Sanral doesn't run SA: Mashatile

Sanral doesn't run SA: Mashatile

EFF wants e-toll gantries removed

EFF wants e-toll gantries removed

"Fuel levy won't work to pay for e-tolling"

"Fuel levy won't work to pay for e-tolling"

The DA claims that e-tolling is killing jobs and businesses in the province. The results of the sample collected revealed that small businesses had a combined e-toll bill of R850 000.

The DA claims that e-tolling is killing jobs and businesses in the province. The results of the sample collected revealed that small businesses had a combined e-toll bill of R850 000.

Toll cash a necessity: Transport Dept

Toll cash a necessity: Transport Dept

Review Panel hears of e-tolls' 'harming ways'

E-tolls: here's the real kicker: The most efficient option to fund road infrastructure, which continues to be ignored by government, is the fuel levy.

Peters dismisses Gauteng provincial ANC proposals on e-tolling.

Peters dismisses Gauteng provincial ANC proposals on e-tolling.

Zuma not angered by e-toll decision

Zuma not angered by e-toll decision

NACTU says the e-tolling system is putting pressure on the already financially strained motorists who are using Gauteng freeways.

E-tolls: here's the real kicker: The most efficient option to fund road infrastructure, which continues to be ignored by government, is the fuel levy.

The ANC in Gauteng says it rejects the operation of the e-tolls in its current form.

The ANC in Gauteng says it rejects the operation of the e-tolls in its current form.

E-tolls will have sharp negative impact on the poor: DA

E-tolls will have sharp negative impact on the poor: DA

The ANC in Gauteng, has proposed a nominal increase in the fuel levy nationally and an increase in the motor vehicle license fees in province, as a way of repaying the debt that the roads agency SANRAL has incurred. This also to fund future road infrastructure.

The ANC in Gauteng, has proposed a nominal increase in the fuel levy nationally and an increase in the motor vehicle license fees in province, as a way of repaying the debt that the roads agency SANRAL has incurred. This also to fund future road infrastructure.

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