• Caught in the debt trap?

    Help us help you by taking our second annual Debt survey and you could win R3 000.

  • Rich man, poor man

    Culture change from below is the only way to overcome poverty, says Leopold Scholtz.

  • Tech bubble talk

    After the tech euphoria of 2013, the fast-moving sector has hit a speed bump.

Data provided by McGregor BFA
All data is delayed
Loading...
See More

Sanral vows to continue fight

May 08 2012 09:23 Sapa

Related Articles

DA: Sanral must disclose toll contracts

Pension fund shrugs off Sanral concerns

Chabane: Toll decisions will affect future

Sanral: Questions over pension investment

Sanral respects e-toll judgment

Sanral CEO quits

 

Johannesburg - The SA National Roads Agency (Sanral) said its immediate priority is to ensure that it continues to perform its essential role in operating and maintaining South Africa's national roads, following the resignation of CEO Nazir Alli.

"The immediate focus and priority of the board is to ensure that Sanral continues to perform its essential role in operating and maintaining more than 16 000km of national roads across South Africa," chairperson Tembakazi Mnyaka said in a statement. 

"The board will ensure that Sanral contributes to and cooperates with the deliberations now under way," he said.

Alli resigned at a meeting on Monday, the agency said.

Alli would continue in his post until June 3, Mnyaka said.

He thanked Alli for his contribution since Sanral's inception in 1998. Sanral did not give reasons for Alli's resignation. 

On Friday cabinet appointed a special committee, to be chaired by Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe, to coordinate work around the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project.

The committee would, among other things, try and ensure Sanral's financial stability is not affected by the halt to e-tolling. The toll fees would have been used to repay Sanral's R20bn debt. 

The Democratic Alliance said last week it had asked Public Protector Thuli Madonsela to probe e-toll collection contracts.

A full court review will be carried out to determine the future of the Gauteng tolling system.

 
NEXT ON FIN24X

 
 
 

Read Fin24’s Comments Policy

24.com publishes all comments posted on articles provided that they adhere to our Comments Policy. Should you wish to report a comment for editorial review, please do so by clicking the 'Report Comment' button to the right of each comment.

Comment on this story
70 comments
Add your comment
Comment 0 characters remaining
 

Company Snapshot

We're Talking About: Small Business

Standard Bank is looking for 12 entrepreneurs to participate in a 10-part TV series. They could win a R1m investment into their dream.
 
 

Ramphele: ANC can be defeated

The African National Congress can be defeated, Agang SA leader Mamphela Ramphele has told supporters in Temba near Hammanskraal.

 
 

Latest elections multimedia

Watch what happened when we blindfolded Helen Zille and asked her to eat random things
13 days to elections - news you need to know
11 Julius Malema quotes you'll never forget
DA won't get 30% - Zille

Money Clinic

Money Clinic
Do you have a question about your finances? We'll get an expert opinion.
Click here...
Loading...