Sanral has appealed a judgment in favour of the City of Cape Town over the right to toll the N1 and the N2 highways at the Supreme Court of Appeal.
The South African National Roadways Agency appears unperturbed with paying over R50m a month to an international transport giant gathering e-toll charges in Gauteng.
New e-toll policies excusing handicapped individuals may seem noble but remain in fact useless since they are impractical and troublesome, says civil liberties body Outa.
The company gathering payments for the controversial e-toll system in Gauteng is now fully owned by the Austrian conglomerate Kapsch.
Hikes in electricity and water, rising rates and taxes and e-tolls are adding pressure to South African businesses, a report has actually found.
The DA means to table a personal members costs to make sure better public examination before roads agency Sanral can build interstate.