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Wayne Duvenage Sep 11
This past media report reflecting Panyaza Lesufi views on e-Tolls clearly shows that Provincial and National leadership on different pages. Confusion continues to reign on this failed and irrational scheme.
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JOLAKAZIEY💜🦄 Oct 4
Guys does anyone know how to fix this? My mom has been getting these tax invoices every month 1. She does not live in gauteng. 2. She doesn't own the car on the pic. We called & they didn't help us, they told us to email the invoice but still dololo
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Allison Gous 30 Oct 17
I just received an sms to pay my bill
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Wayne Duvenage Oct 24
Holy Crap! The “Holy Cow” continues to be milked as an efficient user pays scheme. The people will remain resilient with 75% (& growing) non-payment. The last few paying must now join the rest to close down the scheme.
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Wayne Duvenage Sep 14
That fact in itself, makes the scheme unlawful. The law is clear: public consultation must be meaningful. No wonder the people are angry and the scheme has failed. Now five years on, they are trying to revive a dead horse.
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Rudi Coetzee Dec 2
So this happened today, a car threw up something into my nudge bar and led bar at N1/N3 split at Woodmead. I have been paying every month, so now I send u a photo for cash... Time to pay up.
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OUTA Oct 24
Good by , but time for to admit that system is the worst performing electronic tolling scheme in the WORLD! Admit this wasn't thought through! Stop trying to turn a dead horse into a holy cow.
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Moneyweb News 6 Nov 17
throws in towel over e-toll debts older than 3 years.
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Merlot Girl 2 Nov 17
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SABC News Online Nov 1
The and will march to the Union Buildings demanding the scrapping of the controversial system.
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Peter Dickinson Nov 8
keeps going on about building a further 158km of new roads in phase 2. Does that then equate to revenue predictions of R42,9bn from 344km (1,56%) of South Africa's roads? Looks even better 😳
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Я°☯°Ǥ°Э°R🏁 Nov 7
" payments were meant to come from Gauteng motorists who use the roads, however, compliance has been extremely low, and so the money has had to come from gov and other parts of Sanral’s budget" Hello!? Motorists pay tax, so you should collect from
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Godwin Ramazhamba Oct 25
The culture emerging now is that the ANC government will scratch and scramble as it uses any means to collect revenue including saying we must go back to the culture of paying ETOLL. IS IT REALLY A CULTURE OR EXTORTION?
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Video Approach Mar 20
Thanks, for only charging me an $11.85 "convenience fee" to pay that $5 toll. How convenient!
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Peter Mansfield 13 Nov 17
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU PISS PEOPLE OFF! BEWARE Department of Transport says between April 2015 and March 2017 a total of 1.8 billion invoices were issued to motorists. More than 1.3 billion (over 70% of these invoices) were unpaid.
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TakeBackTheTax Oct 8
As the debate continues to haunt South Africans, the question remains: who should pay? There is R7 billion lost to the illegal cigarette trade every year that could be used to finance our roads. It’s time to ! Add your name at
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Rogue Poledancer 🎈 9 Nov 17
They’re scrapping the bills? Well well well...
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90.6 FM STEREO NEWS Oct 23
VAAL TRIANGLE - urges Vaal and other SA residents and business to stop paying e-tolls
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Corne du Preez Nov 14
Replying to @OUTASA
They must go so far,to forbid any vehicle(NO ENTRY),on the N1,N3,N12 that is not registered at to use those roads!!
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The Star Apr 3
Motorists in Gauteng who default on paying their fees are in danger of losing their licences should the demerit system of an amended road act come into effect.
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