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Peter Dickinson Apr 16
Hardly going to stop me from telling them why very few pay . Heard the compliance rate drops daily!
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Gregory Harington (Counterpart) 10h
Have you heard of the new drones?
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OUTA 3h
Here, in a nutshell, is why we are opposed to .
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OUTA 3h
Replying to @OUTASA
When is discussed, we can't ignore actual cost of . Here's what told the public would cost versus the actual cost. Why were we overcharged? Where did the money go? maintains that we were overcharged due to .
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OUTA 3h
did not sabotage . The scheme failed because of the way it was implemented. Here's proof (look at compliance, what was promised as opposed to the reality of public buy in). Also see when we launched our . The public said no!
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OUTA 2h
Replying to @OUTASA
So, is committing "terrorism" for fighting in our "so called crusade".
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OUTA 3h
accuses of promoting lawlessness. But bad, irrational laws that don't serve the people deserve to be challenged. Hence is busy with a collateral challengte (test case) on .
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TalloolahMoon 24h
Replying to @OUTASA @TonyBeamish
can’t administer. Simple. Backside. Frontside. Elbow.
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Mauritz Preller Apr 16
So true. We can add as another example...
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OUTA 3h
Coenie Vermaak from says he doesn't understand why is opposed to , as public transport is excempt. But and other consumables transported via are NOT excempt from etoll costs, hence trickles down to poor. There lies the catch.
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Sophia Apr 15
Ai tog I thought we've been seeing other people in our relationship (at least until after electioneering)? This is the second statement this week, I feel like getting a harassment order. CC
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OUTA 3h
At 's in Pretoria where 's and will debate the merits of . You can follow the live streaming here. Please RT:
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Gregory Harington (Counterpart) 11h
You are invited to say what you like about and road funding here in my twitter account. No House Rules. cc
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Peter Dickinson 2h
And still blaming for failure
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OUTA 3h
disagrees with as only funding option for good roads. It's imperative that all other funding mechanisms must be explored. If 10c was added to years ago (and ), like we suggested, capital costs on roads would have been paid for by now
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Mauritz Preller 37m
What's the verdict Greg? Did convince you there is a reason for spending billions on useless infrastructure for ?
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OUTA 2h
's points out that most road users will be happy to use public transport if it was safe + affordable. But it isn't, hence we have to use roads for daily travel. 's question: why punish people with when there are no alternatives?
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Ofentse Mokwena 3h
should also share discussions taking place on "Road funding in South Africa" today. The live stream is happening now (its lunch though) as I type this. Apparently there will be some debate. Please follow the link below:
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Mauritz Preller 3h
I dont understand the circular argument ? What has this got to do with
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Ofentse Mokwena 3h
[Live Stream] "Road funding in South Africa" | If only data was more affordable for more people to watch this insightful work. Please see the youtube link:
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