The Opposition against Urban Tolling Alliance (OUTA) has called on Gauteng motorists to lend financial support in the battle against the e-tolling in the Province.
OUTA chairperson, Wayne Duvenage, points out that, “The big challenge for us is funding our legal costs. And we appeal to the public and business to become far more active and participate in supporting OUTA in this initiative, in this cause which is in the interests of the public.”
Duvenage states that OUTA believes that if it does not appeal this case, it renders the need for public consultation and participation in government matters.
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