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CapricornFM News Nov 12
More members of the EFF have arrived. They are starting to block the road led by their Chairperson Jossey Buthane's red Porsche . KM
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@theovossprice Nov 6
Agreed! The ‘user must pay’ principle that , & others push, continues to be so narrowly defined so as to exclude the real solutions & others suggest. Why? Why do SANRAL continue to stick their heals in & force a non-solution? Could it be corruption?
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Lee Milroy 32m
Well that’s obvious. He is cocking up the meets more for u
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CapricornFM News Nov 12
This follows the EFF's protest last week against the non completion of the N1 Eastern bypass in Polokwane which has been left incomplete for months by construction Company Basil Read . KM
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Msiana 13h
So like has issued out a summon against me for owing them about 2k. Guys am I the only one who owes them? ndiyithathe phi ke? andizojika ndibeyimali ke kodwa.... uxolo SANRAL kodwa andizi!!
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saffa Nov 11
Now and wants to close down more businesses creating jobs! The ANC needs to stop this asap! The absolute arrogance of this SANRAL CEO makes me sick. Businesses are providing jobs while we are paying tax and tolled again and again. Dont pay double tax!
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CapricornFM News Nov 12
WATCH: Buthane tells members and supporters to move their cars from the middle of the road because a representative from has arrived. KM
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monty erasmus Sep 3
Can someone please explain why has to advertise on TV?
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Charlie Langa 7 Nov 17
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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Eloquent Delinquent Nov 11
will save R3.200 000 000 if they take the decision not to issue summons to road users. You didnt want to listen to advice on getting 10c per lt from the fuel levy. Can you really afford to waste that amount of money?
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🤪🤪🤪 Maggs Naidu Oct 30
It's a nonsensical argument that not paying eTolls is burdening the poor. These are just trolls...
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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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AshX Jun 20
WoW. Hope Engineers see 👇
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King David. Mar 26
Replying to @AskGregory @SANRAL_za
Bloody Hell.!!!How the hell are you supposed to get work experience if they not even giving you a chance .? It’s like a person coming straight out of varsity being told about 10years working experience!!!
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'ga re Tshwane'⚖️ Nov 11
I have and never will pay e-tolls .... I am a member of the "fanclub" paying off my pending court costs moth for month - rather than feed the lousey disease born bunch of ticks...
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Ronnie S Siphika Nov 10
The upgrading of 35km of the N2 between Mtunzini toll plaza and Empangeni interchange on the KZN North Coast is one of largest road infrastructure project by in KZN at R947 million. Since the start of the contract 37 subcontractors have been employed.
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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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'ga re Tshwane'⚖️ Nov 11
Replying to and 7 others Luckily is not gender based nje........ You have an etolie - that is very ecocky..... nje!
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CapricornFM News Nov 12
Officials from the Roads Agency Limpopo and the MEC for Public Works, Roads and Infrustructure Nandi Ndalane are expected to form part of the meeting . KM
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Wake Up South Africa Oct 16
is in a "R40 billion hole, from a R20 billion loan and R20 billion in accrued interest" because it did not pay attention to And guess what, the cadres responsible for this load on the tax payer are long gone to greener targets
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