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Charlie Langa Nov 7
Well done Gauteng motorists, has written off R3,6 Billion in e-toll debt, DON'T PAY until the e-tolling system is scrapped.
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Vera Averroes 3 Apr 17
Replying to @mthombothi
The road from Polokwane to Damascus is going to be so crowded, will want to toll it!
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Moneyweb News Nov 6
throws in towel over e-toll debts older than 3 years.
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Cullinan&Associates 10 Feb 17
🎉BREAKING NEWS: The Constitutional Court has dismissed ’s application for leave to appeal in the case! 🎉
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Peter Mansfield Apr 17
China started developing smart, solar panel covered roads 10 years ago. tell us about your innovations
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Chris Vick Mar 7
clocks up R10-bn in irregular expenditure in just one year and deliberately ignores Treasury regulations. Think about that next time they ask you for your e-toll fees.
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obert snr Apr 26
Traffic backed up on N1 North from just outside Pretoria all the way to Kranskop Plaza and toward Polokwane. Little to no movement for hours!
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rhulani baloyi Apr 27
Spent over R250 on fees today but have to pay more to replace a. Tire. So many on Limpopo roads.
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OUTA Sep 11
Replying to @BladeNzimandeMP
issues must please explain: (3) is losing millions every day because debts prescribe after 3 years if no legal action was taken In 2016/17 SANRAL wrote off R3,6 billion of e-toll debts. How much will it be for 2017/18?
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Democratic Alliance 29 Nov 16
awarded contracts to unregistered companies -
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SOUTHERN STAYING 🍹🏘🌻 2 Mar 17
We're against toll roads in the Western Cape and winelands. 🚥Please Retweet if you agree 🚥
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The Princess👑⚘ Dec 18
plz can u sit down, we are busy with serious issues of national interest
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OUTA Jul 24
MUST READ: welcomes the ANC’s resolution to scrap . Did you know that by revoking the regulations that declared the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project (GFIP) freeways as toll roads, will also save millions of rand?
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Peter Mansfield 20 Feb 17
foolish to be continually arguing with OUTA. Better for all if they played open cards and sat down with , democracy-style
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ANCLimpopo 26 Jul 17
THE RECENTLY OPENED N1 ROAD THROUGH BOTLOKWA ANSWERS CALL FROM COMMUNITY - Read more via >
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Michael 13 Mar 17
The man at the center of the debacle at now finds himself as the new interim Chairperson of the Board.
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OUTA Aug 12
Two things to keep an eye on today: judgment on appointment, and rumoured guarantees/bailouts for SOEs (, and ).
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OUTA 11 Jul 17
: remind us who benefits again, ? Foreign firms coin over R550m from SA's loss-making e-tolls (via )
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Neal Collins Jun 24
But by voting for you agree to handing all land to the state. Looking at the way and other state-run institutions have been looted, surely the basic land policy of is a recipe for disaster?
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OUTA Sep 20
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