'Sanral didn't engage and didn't do research to show that e-tolls will fail'
There is still no solution to solve the e-toll problem.
Gauteng motorists have refused to pay for e-tolls since the system was implemented in 2013.
At the end of August, Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula was supposed to make an announcement regarding e-tolls but instead asked for extra time to consult with all stakeholders on the matter.
Bongani Bingwa chats Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) chief executive Wayne Duvenage to weigh in on what is happening with the tolling system.
Sanral didn't engage meaningfully with the public and didn't do research to show that the e-toll scheme will fail.Wayne Duvenage, Chief executive - Outa
He adds that to scrap e-tolls is a very easy decision to make and the government must make it and pull the plug.
Listen below to the full interview:
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