GP residents mustn’t be burdened with paying for e-tolls, says MEC
The provincial government is resolute in its position against the controversial tolling system, with MEC Jacob Mamabolo saying it rejects the implementation of e-tolls.
Gauteng premier sees no future for e-tolls
The electronic tolling company hits back at premier David Makhura, questioning the validity of his claim that urban tolling increases the cost of living.
DA accuses ANC of misleading public about e-tolls
Tshwane mayor Solly Msimanga alleges the ruling party has no intention of scrapping the controversial e-toll system in Gauteng.
E-tolls company hosts transport hackathon
UDrive, a mobile solution that delivers turn-by-turn public transport directions via SMS or WhatsApp, wins the ETC Hackathon.
E-tolls are pro-poor, says ETC
Electronic tolling in Gauteng is reserved for wealthier South Africans who can afford to drive private motor vehicles, says the company.
ETC pays big to get motorists to settle e-toll debt
The Electronic Toll Collection company spends R4.6 million in legal fees trying to summons motorists to pay their e-toll debt.
'No need to panic' about e-toll summons
Civil claims of this nature, if properly defended, will take many months, if not years to bring to fruition, says Outa.
E-toll defaulters face Sanral summons
The roads agency will over the "next few days" send out summons to motorists who refuse to settle their debt.
ETC intensifies e-toll collections
The e-toll collection firm warns motorists can expect "intensified collection activity" and legal action if they don't pay.
Outa accuses Sanral call centre of misrepresentation
Electronic Toll Collection says the distortion of the true facts "is starting to wear thin" after Outa's latest e-toll allegations.
ETC denies 'disappearing' e-toll debts
E-toll debts prior to 1 September have been "ring-fenced" to allow for a 60% discount but still exist, says Electronic Toll Collection.