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OUTA Warns People Against SANRAL

The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (OUTA) has warned Gauteng e-toll road users to think before being ‘seduced’ by roads agency SANRAL’s latest offer to register for e-tags.
 
In a press statement, OUTA spokesperson, John Clarke, points out that, “SANRAL is desperate to get the over 1.3 million non-compliant freeways users to play on their turf by signing their terms and conditions.”
 
OUTA’s comments follow SANRAL’s announcement that the grace period for e-toll road users to settle their accounts and benefit from the discount had been extended.
 

DA Helps Fund OUTA's Fight Against e-Tolls

The Democratic Alliance (DA) will contribute the R1 million the Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (OUTA) needs to continue its court battle against e-tolls.

The DA national spokesperson, Mmusi Maimane, points out that, "This is in response to OUTA's public call on May 10 to assist with funding their court action.”

Maimane states that his party is committed to fighting urban e-tolls on major commuter highways, adding that if the government's e-toll levies go ahead at the end of this month, they will hit poor and middle income South Africans the hardest.

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