Sanral readies 6 500 summonses
The summonses for e-toll defaulters are in various stages of being issued in terms of court processes.
Upington airport goes green
Transport minister Dipuo Peters today unveiled a solar plant to power Upington International Airport.
SA lights up second solar-powered airport
Hot on the heels of a similar facility at George, ACSA opens a R13 million solar plant at Kimberley Airport.
E-tolls not going anywhere, says minister
Transport minister Dipuo Peters stands firm that the system will help government roll out better roads and encourage SA's economic growth.
Outa members grow as e-tolls discount extended
The e-tolls opponent gains several thousand members as government gives Gauteng motorists another 10 days to take up the discount.
E-toll opponents slam minister's comments
Lobby groups opposed to e-tolling have criticised transport minister Dipuo Peters for saying Gauteng has benefitted economically from e-tolls.
Sanral puts bond auctions on ice
The roads agency will not go to market until it gets certainty as to funding issues around e-tolls from the inter-governmental task team.?
Transport minister skirts e-toll issue
Dipuo Peters makes no mention of Gauteng's e-tolls in her budget vote speech, while the public awaits feedback.
E-toll collections down on expectations
The R1?billion that Sanral has so far collected for e-tolling is about a third of what the agency expected to bring in since the system went live last December.
E-toll opponents slam Peters' fuel levy claims
The transport minister is heavily criticised for stating the fuel levy is a non-viable means to fund Gauteng's road improvement project.
Sanral blames e-toll review for investor jitters
The Gauteng government's e-toll review process is to blame for lack of investor interest in Sanral's final bond auction of the year, says the agency.