The National Consumer Commission (NCC) will take a decision on a dispute between the Freedom Front Plus (FF Plus) and the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral).
This follows after the FF Plus claimed that e-tolls gantries were erected illegally without certification under the Legal Metrology Act.
FF Plus MP Anton Alberts on Thursday said that Sanral may face serious legal trouble if found to be in contravention of the Act by the NCC.
Listen to the full conversation from The Midday Report with Stephen Grootes:
If the NCC find that Sanral is in transgression of the Act, then they may issue a compliance order.— Anton Alberts, FF Plus Advocate and FFplus MP
They will also have to issue a decision on whether the bills issued since the start of the system are legal or not.— Anton Alberts, FF Plus Advocate and FFplus MP
You cannot have revenue that is based on an illegal act. That's just the law.— Anton Alberts, FF Plus Advocate and FFplus MP
Sanral is in trouble, from a purely legal view, as far as I'm concerned.— Anton Alberts, FF Plus Advocate and FFplus MP