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Jimi le Roux Jan 10
Replying to @OUTASA
Just as long as other provinces do not pay to Gauteng's roads. The principle of tolling is accepted worldwide - fix it and then make a fair contribution!
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Solly Msimanga 19h
The Electronic Toll Collection confirmed that its contract to manage in Gauteng had been already extended in April 2017 and will run until December 2019.
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Solly Msimanga 19h
Towards the end of last year, Gauteng ANC Deputy Chairperson, proclaimed that would be scrapped within six months as the party was lobbying President Cyril Ramaphosa on the matter. This was yet another lie
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OUTA Jan 13
Please keep race out of arguments on our TL. are not only aimed at white people.
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e-toll Facts 19h
We believe in transparency. The ETC & contract is and has been publicly available on SANRAL's website under the archived tender section since being signed.
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jonathan kotu 18h
Replying to @SollyMsimanga @Our_DA
That can be a relief as the busy inconveniencing the poorest of the poor,let the be scrapped once and for all.
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Robert Burger Jan 16
Received summons front rorunpaid . What to do ?
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Keith Peacock 8h
Yes, - bad idea. And opposes them. But remember the constitutional court judgement, payment is a legal requirement, thus 's comments. Do you pay, or are you selective in the laws you abide by? .
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e-toll Facts 17h
We believe that to call for the end of the ETC contract is irresponsible and irrational because closing down the system means a loss of knowledge and a loss of 1,300 jobs.
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jonathan kotu 18h
Replying to @Our_DA
They failed to take actions on before people could suffer like the way they do.
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Solly Msimanga 18h
The ANC has had plenty of opportunities to set the record straight on the contract, but have instead kept quiet and continued to keep South Africans in the dark on the status of the contract.
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e-toll Facts 17h
@⁨DA_GPL We understand that communication around this extension has been criticised as lacking, however, runs hundreds of contracts with different services providers & as general practice, would normally not communicate amends or extensions.
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e-toll Facts 17h
The extension and revision was entered into between and ETC after approval by Treasury.
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Gregory Harington 13h
Replying to @pierredevos @SANRAL_za
's failed Gauteng collection project is de facto already scrap.
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e-toll Facts 17h
@⁨DA_GPL The reason for the extension of the contract was to align two parts of the contract, which makes commercial and operational sense.
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Thabo Moetji 11h
Today's leaders are followers and today's followers have ascended to leadership positions. We have a poverty of leadership and thinkers. Hence Mayor appropriates unto himself the authority to scrap
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ALETTAHA☺♥☀ 18h
Wonderful! Like we fought against in Western Cape and won!
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#humanDignity Jan 12
kante input on was ignored when drafting “people’s manifesto” 🤔🤔
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OUTA Jan 12
Replying to @AlfredENewmanOO
We are not opposed to toll roads. We are specifically opposed to Gauteng's . And no, KZN (or any other province) is NOT paying for Gauteng's roads. Let's stick to facts.
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I need land please Jan 15
He will see flames if that happens, here we are prepared to deal with such situations, remember remember
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