The Constitutional Court dismisses Tasima's application to hang on to the vehicle registration system, signalling an end to the years-long legal battle over management of eNatis.
The company slams government's full takeover of the national traffic information database, despite legal judgement compelling it to do so.
Tasima reportedly eyes further legal action in the battle to keep control of the national vehicle registration system, despite judgement in favour of government.
The Road Traffic Management Corporation will operate eNatis following the court's decision to dismiss attempts to stop the transfer management process.
The Constitutional Court rules the country's vehicle registration database must be transferred to the Department of Transport.
Judge orders transport department to immediately pay Tasima R33 million.
Cape Town's motorists will be able to pay traffic fines via an SMS link.
eNatis database operator, Tasima, has won its Supreme Court of Appeal battle against the Department of Transport.
Government faces a technical integration nightmare to ensure all Gauteng road users pay to drive on the province's freeways.
The eNatis database is not in danger of imploding amid a legal battle between the transport ministry and Tasima, says the department.
Sanral tells the transport portfolio committee that many of its e-toll problems relate to the national database of vehicles.?
As e-toll billing issues accumulate, Sanral calls them "teething problems" and opponents argue the system is farcical.