E-toll charges invalid - JPSA
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E-toll charges invalid - JPSA

2013-12-18 09:07

Johannesburg - Motorists might be able to claim e-tolls refund because a Government Gazette notice about the charges indicates conflicting amounts, the Justice Project SA (JPSA) said on Wednesday.

The differences were in the English and Afrikaans versions of the e-toll tariff notices published in the Government Gazette, said JPSA national chairperson Howard Dembovsky.

Both versions were signed by the transport department's acting director general on November 19 and "therefore have equal, but conflicting weight", said Dembovsky.

"Effectively, the tariffs applicable to registered 'alternative users' differ in the English and Afrikaans versions, and this introduces severe interpretation issues," Dembovsky said.

JPSA called on the department to immediately repeal the offending Tariff Gazette.

It asked that the department instruct the SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) to stop levying and collecting e-tolls until the matter was corrected, Dembovsky said.

The Star newspaper reported that, according to Dembovsky, users of the paymyfines website were receiving e-toll bills by email even though they were not registered e-tag users, or had not given their e-mail address to Sanral.

Dembovsky reportedly alleged that the website appeared to break its own privacy policy as it promises not to disclose personal information without consent.

The newspaper reported that its own investigation had found that the company running the paymyfines website and the website etcrecovery.co.za, which was sending the emails demanding e-toll money, were part of the same company -- TMT Services (Pty) Ltd.

A South African company, TMT was part of the Austrian company Kapsch TrafficCom, which runs the e-toll project.

Dembovsky reportedly told the newspaper that the emails demanding payment did not have an invoice attached, and thus apparently had no legal validity.

Sanral spokesperson Vusi Mona reportedly told The Star that Sanral was obtaining information for invoices from eNatis, the national administration traffic information system, and from a "database legally obtained from third parties".

The Star also reported that the Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (Outa) had again claimed that Sanral sales figures were inflated, this time based on Outa research.

According to the newspaper, Outa conducted its own physical e-tag counts on nearly 8 000 cars on and off the freeway and found only about 15% of them had an e-tag.

"Even if one pushed the e-tag penetration to 20 percent, the number of e-tags in use will be no more than 450 000, which is around half the number of tag sales recently espoused by Sanral," Outa was quoted as saying.

Last week, Sanral said nearly 900 000 e-tags had been issued.

Comments
  • Kiss123 - 2013-12-18 09:11

    still not paying ...

      Dhavandran Palavar - 2013-12-18 09:56

      TMT is contracted by most municipalities in the country to entrap motorists with camera fines. I suspect there maybe a shaik involved in this from overseas.

      Dmitri Dumas - 2013-12-18 09:58

      I do not care if the differences were in Chinese. Here is my English version: "I AM NOT GETTING AN E-TAG". Put that in the government gazette!!!

      Thandoz Madikizela - 2013-12-18 10:13

      When the president steps down, he must do the honorable thing and take the e-tolls with him to Nkandla N2. We need new faces as our government.

      Graham Leslie Hurlstone-jones - 2013-12-18 10:41

      This has nothing to do with the upkeep of the roads system. That is obvious from the fuel levy ( which is being spent on anything except roads ). This money was sucked out to other government depts most probably to try and cover rampant fraud and corruption. So they now realise that they can just tax in any form and we will pay. Fight the good fight people, these criminals will not stop until they are gone and that is a big fight !!!

      Mr Badbones - 2013-12-18 11:00

      YIHAAAAA ..... agree ..... still not paying ..... "Catch me if you can ... I'm the gingerbread man" .....

      pws69 - 2013-12-18 11:13

      Gauteng Toll roads account for 8,6% of all SANRAL controlled toll roads, yet are projected to generate 54% of all SANRAL toll income, as per the SANRAL website. So, GP residents, and especially the fools who bought eTags, doesn't that just make you feel special?

      Kevin Marsh - 2013-12-18 16:20

      Never give your email address to Scamral and block their e mails if they send to your address . E mails are not a legal way of demanding money . I will tell hem o suck eggs , bloody thugs .

      Martin Bissett - 2013-12-18 17:35

      @Kalawa...from day 1, I went through at least 3 gantries a day. I'm not tagged and WONT get tagged. Checked mail yesterday...no invoices.

      Freddy van Wijk - 2013-12-18 19:08

      Notice to SANRAL. Find the word that starts with a "K" that rhymes with "HAKA".

      Ernest Foster - 2013-12-18 21:52

      I would like to see the extremely over priced road to nkandla also e-tolled.

      Nicholas Van Graan - 2013-12-19 08:07

      How can you claim back on something you haven't paid in the first place?

      Peter Woods - 2013-12-19 12:18

      Thing is...eventually licence discs will not be issued until outstanding monies are paid.Watch this space.

      NickvanGraan - 2013-12-19 14:43

      @Peter, that would be illegal as the money is owed to Sanral not the licensing department.

  • Dawid Jacobs - 2013-12-18 09:22

    Those third parties must be held accountable for giving out personal information without consent from the individual. This according to the POPI Act

      Beverley Du Preez - 2013-12-18 10:24

      Agreed! Invasion of privacy, I would sue their pants off! Scamral! pfffft

      John Smith - 2013-12-18 10:36

      My work registered me for an e-tag without my knowledge.... apparently because a get a petrol allowance from them........ and they will pay the first R200, the rest is mine to pay.......... I'm still pissed off about it !!!

      Konstabel Koekemoer - 2013-12-18 13:21

      @ John, just remove the tag, they'll still charge your account but gives them a lot more work :)

      Erwin de Ruiter - 2013-12-19 08:16

      Swop tags with your colleagues - even if they don't know about it... it will confuse somebody!

      Truth24 - 2013-12-19 09:17

      @John Smith... "works at self-employed"

  • Bryan McCloy - 2013-12-18 09:27

    How as a private company is SCAMral allowed my car A Address details This is an invasion of privacy & i do not give my consent This is a b@lls up of note

      Kevin Marsh - 2013-12-18 16:22

      Block their emails . They have no right to email you .

  • Sipho Gift - 2013-12-18 09:28

    Stil not tagged & proudly enjoying driving under those e-toilet gantries daily

      Simon Ramapuputla - 2013-12-18 09:35

      Tell me that you are enjoying after being blacklisted.

      Avi Niselow - 2013-12-18 09:36

      Simon, you can't be blacklisted of you never signed a credit agreement.

      justice.molahlehi - 2013-12-18 09:48

      They are not blacklisting we are going to have a criminal racorD

      drsparky - 2013-12-18 09:55

      @Simon... they are very welcome to blacklist me. I do everything in cash and I highly doubt if the bank will now cancel my bond (my only debt) because I'm not paying e-tolls. So, Simon, to answer your question: I will be enjoying everything I use to, including a free freeway, while you'll be subsidizing your president's cattle ranch, spaza shop and Nando cravings.

      B van Doorn - 2013-12-18 10:00

      No, one can't get a criminal record in a civil matter. If a law regarding nonpayment is made though, then it will fall into the same bracket as traffic fines which requires warnings and a summons delivered to the person personally by a sherif of the court. The court system would collapse...

      Bryan Culross - 2013-12-18 10:11

      Is one really scared about being black listed? I was once handed over to debt collectors and threatened with black listing for refusing to pay a certain doctors account. Didn't it worry me? No ways. I am quite well off and as such it was obviously apparent that my refusal to pay had nothing whatsoever to do with my ability to pay.

      Beverley Du Preez - 2013-12-18 10:26

      Pffft! Blacklisted! For R1-50? bwahahahaha ... Funny! But please, do go on ... LOVING your sense of humour Simon!

      Bernadette Dana Sloan - 2013-12-18 10:53

      How cares about being blacklisted 60% of South Africans are blacklisted??? Anyway they'll become like SABC no one will pay any attention to their blacklisting on ITC and you'll still be able to open an account!!!!

      pws69 - 2013-12-18 10:59

      Also still proudly eTag free. Can't wait for my day in court.

      Konstabel Koekemoer - 2013-12-18 13:24

      @ Simon, no rating or bank will blacklist anyone for outstanding e-tolls just like no-one gets blacklisted from not paying their TV license. So you better resign from Sanral/ETC and find a real job somewhere else before they retrench you.

      Bolden Mpho Kekana - 2013-12-18 15:17

      Simon!You are totally out of context.You think is funny to pay for E-tags?This is not a joke dude that you just laugh at it and let it pass? It will live in our pockets,and it will be an inseparable part of our salaries and our lives.It is obvious that your brains has let you down greatly through this time if not eternity.

      Kevin Marsh - 2013-12-18 16:24

      Simon , heh heh , blacklisted . Remember we will soon get amnesty for our debt and our cords cleaned , as per thug government

      Erwin de Ruiter - 2013-12-19 08:19

      Proudly blacklisted!

  • fargone - 2013-12-18 09:32

    Two points: FIRST: Prior tothe implementation of the system Sanral, said " we are ready!" Clearly this was not the truth, because if this article is anything to go by, there are flaws! SECONDLY: there are allready financial "problems" (or perhaps some other choice words might do), can you imagine what will happen once they get your bank details!!! No thanks!

      John Smith - 2013-12-18 10:39

      Well, someone needs to pay for Mandela's memorial, funeral, and accomodation for all the "important people"...... or did you think it was free ?

      Erwin de Ruiter - 2013-12-19 08:23

      Weren't they more then ready three years ago... all that time to iron out their flaws and still they quibble!

  • Aroka Murombe - 2013-12-18 09:33

    Can they please send my bill to mr president..

      Made-in Rsa - 2013-12-18 11:36

      Send ALL bills to Number One Nkandla

      fargone - 2013-12-18 19:21

      You gents really don't get it do you...sending our bills to Mr President will not work because he will use YOUR taxes to pay them!!!

  • drsparky - 2013-12-18 09:33

    After the go-live I was considering buying an e-tag since I really could not afford the high tariffs. I was in conflict and turmoil, but I am glad to see that I made the correct choice: I am not only e-tag free, but I also will not pay a cent.

      Konstabel Koekemoer - 2013-12-18 13:27

      Well done! And to those that capitulated and got the tag, just remove it just to give Sanral/ETC a hard time. You'll probably only be charged for some of the transactions in any case as they are overloaded.

  • Marry-Jane Ngwane - 2013-12-18 09:36

    I'm really enjoying driving on the highways. E-tolls are virtually non existent in my life:-)

      Xolile Namane - 2013-12-18 10:40

      Big ups to u,I don't even recognize theses gantries as I pass under them,ain't paying a cent

      Erwin de Ruiter - 2013-12-19 08:26

      Atleast we don't hear that anoying sound - "peep-peep". Very sore to my ears...

  • MSGRules - 2013-12-18 09:42

    cANCer can be beaten!!!!!!!! time for change

      Ernest Foster - 2013-12-18 22:06

      Yep adreed but it will need some serious surgery.

  • Joe V D Merwe - 2013-12-18 09:47

    Yet another example of the anc's incompetence....

  • Graham Johnson - 2013-12-18 09:47

    Cadre enrichment?

  • Ridwan Halim - 2013-12-18 09:51

    Clearly a job well done by scamral and cancer! The execution is perfect and they are more than ready...FAIL! I am still not paying. I am waiting for your summons to arrive and that's the bottom line!

  • Clive David Buckley - 2013-12-18 09:54

    So who "pays" more? English or Afrikaans Speakers??? Incompetent idiots!!! I now know for a fact that their vehicle number plate recognition system does not work correctly... I have been through 4 gantries (as I have only been into my office once this month) without an e-tag, and have only been billed for 2 gantries... this is one of the major reasons they need us to buy e-tags... they cannot bill us correctly without them... PROUDLY E-TAG FREE...

      Konstabel Koekemoer - 2013-12-18 13:32

      The number plate recognition is a semi-automatic process so they cannot handle the load and you'll only be charged some of the time. So you don't need their e-tag discount, you get an automatic discount whenever the load is too high :)

      Erwin de Ruiter - 2013-12-19 08:28

      Suddenly! Ons is almal Afrikaans!

  • Denise Oosthuizen Wilshire - 2013-12-18 09:58

    Hahahahaha

  • Mhlonishwa Buthelezi - 2013-12-18 09:58

    im not gonna pay

  • rory - 2013-12-18 10:00

    Can't these okes get anything right? Morons

  • Sibongile Mabhoza Mbatha - 2013-12-18 10:01

    Dan dey giv ministers and mp and deya families and frnds free tags bt motorists r forced to pay. In words of Nomvula Monkanyane "u wil pay weda u like it or not" cuase dey know deya are exempted. I will not be tagged never ever.

      Richard Greeff - 2013-12-18 10:05

      please speak english

      MSGRules - 2013-12-18 10:06

      the cANCer school system has failed

      Lynn Comley-White - 2013-12-18 10:26

      Good for you Sibongile

      Samuel Cuthbert - 2013-12-18 10:33

      that post gave me cancer...

      Katlego Nikita Moeng - 2013-12-18 14:18

      please speak english or your own language.

  • Martin Jansen - 2013-12-18 10:08

    I wondered about this. They had the nerve and audacity to send me a sms informing me that I have to pay a certain amount. What about the official printed bill? How can they expect you to just pay up because of a sms? Is this rigjt?

      Bolden Mpho Kekana - 2013-12-18 10:22

      Martin which ever way they send us the bills,either by tv, emails or sending jackpot zumbra's messangers, sheriffs we won't pay period, should we pay,then my friend we are doomed and destined to be poor for the rest of our lives.

      Lynn Comley-White - 2013-12-18 10:29

      Yes my company was sent an email saying they owe Sanral R2000, The MD deleted the email!! It has to be a registered letter coming through the post!

      Made-in Rsa - 2013-12-18 11:43

      It is not valid according to the law.You have to receive a registered letter.

      Konstabel Koekemoer - 2013-12-18 13:35

      There will also be a lot of scamsters who will jump on the bandwagon to try and get people to pay them ficticious outstanding tolls. Also watch out for any lawyers letters, many of them will be fakes.

      Rohin Jadin - 2013-12-19 09:40

      SANRAL registered to be exempt from Section 129 where mail have to registered. Please take note of that for fellow no etaggers.

      jungleboy - 2013-12-19 21:28

      Your nightmare has just begun dude. Better to get a new cell phone number before the shark lawyers attack.

  • Richard - 2013-12-18 10:11

    And already the administration of this project is falling apart.

      Made-in Rsa - 2013-12-18 11:46

      The administration of this system is going to be a nightmare for SCAMRAL.

  • Thandoz Madikizela - 2013-12-18 10:12

    When the president steps down, he must do the honorable thing and take the e-tolls with him to Nkandla N2. We need new faces as our government.

      NuttyZA - 2013-12-18 11:59

      You are sadly living in a dream world... JZ will never do the honourable thing and step down... I can guarantee, he see's himself as President-for-life... he will be changing the constitution next, so he can serve more terms as Presidents... JZ IS the next Mugabe (I said that before he became president, and I still stand by that)...watch this space...

  • Thandoz Madikizela - 2013-12-18 10:12

    When the president steps down, he must do the honorable thing and take the e-tolls with him to Nkandla N2. We need new faces as our government.

  • GordonT - 2013-12-18 10:26

    I have used the highway (I stick to the originally paid-for three lanes), and I AM NOT PAYING ETOLLS.

      Susan Malan - 2013-12-18 17:04

      Brilliant !

  • Solomon Lebelo - 2013-12-18 10:27

    I've driven on passed this etolls n will continue doing that,but i wont pay a cent m feel sorry for those cowards with tags

  • Nteboheng Mofephe - 2013-12-18 10:28

    Jz is soon to step down,i so pray he goes wth his corrupt mnstrs nd E-tollnin.surely his pocket are now full.thanx to Mr president

  • Lungile Ndyibithi - 2013-12-18 10:34

    This project is deemed to fail

  • Godfrey Kutlo Maepa - 2013-12-18 10:35

    Resignation of zuma won't make any difference as corruption, lack of accoutability n nipotism is anc's sickness.It(anc) supports capitalism n neo-liberal as they also individually benefiting frm it.

  • ThabangBonang - 2013-12-18 10:44

    The plan of government is to put in e-tolls in all provinces. Western province is the next target. I guess KZN will be listed as the last province to get etolls.

      pws69 - 2013-12-18 11:08

      According to SANRAL Website, SANRAL are responsible for 3,120km of tolled roads in SA. They want to extend this to 9,648km of toll roads. So yes, SANRAL are going to toll in all the provinces by TRIPLING the number of toll roads. Unless we stop them now. Friends don't let friends buy eTags.

      pws69 - 2013-12-18 11:12

      Forgot to add, the government have already stated publicly that KZN has enough toll roads and won't get any more. Don't you just love the disproportionate amount of money being spent in the Zulu province by the Zulu President, and the amount of protection they get from additional fees? The EC and Limpopo are far worse, off, but then they don't need the money, as they are not Zulu provinces. ZANC now has a dual meaning - Zuma ANC and Zulu ANC.

      Made-in Rsa - 2013-12-18 11:51

      You are 100% correct.They wanted to introduce e-tolls in the Western Cape already,but the DA provincial government stopped them in the courts so far.They will have a tough fight to introduce it in the Western Cape because of the DA.Gauteng it is time to go DA too!

  • Kolie Louw - 2013-12-18 10:56

    The incompetence is unbelievable.

  • Bernadette Dana Sloan - 2013-12-18 10:59

    Don't care 'no e-tag' and I will still drive our freeways I've already paid for!!!!!!!!

  • Ann Ornelas - 2013-12-18 11:04

    Bwaaaaaaha, you can't even get the most basic thing right SANRAL....REALLY?? I will continue to use the roads un-tagged and take great pleasure in flipping the bird at every toll gate I go through. OH and F U Sanral I'm not giving you a red cent.... Have a nice day.

  • Oscar Lekoane - 2013-12-18 11:11

    I paid R456 to renew my car disc yesterday,now there's my contribution for road maintanance,go get your share,quick,before it goes to Nkandla.

      Made-in Rsa - 2013-12-18 11:55

      Then there is the fuel levy that you pay for every litre of petrol that you buy,which is supposed to go for road maintenance.

  • Made-in Rsa - 2013-12-18 11:34

    Let us all do the right thing,and vote DA next year.They will fight e-tolls and get rid of it.SCAMRAL is trying their best to introduce e-toll in the Western Cape,but the DA provincial government stopped them so far in the courts.We have a voice,let us use it in next years election.Vote African National Corruption out,who introduced e-tolls because they are squandering so much on corruption,that they have to find a new form of tax every time.

  • Penelope Knight - 2013-12-18 11:37

    If this system was so good. They would not have needed to threaten motorist. With being blacklisted, being taken to court and blah blah blah. Only dumb and ignorant people will fall for this trap. Sorry, I already pay for my license vehicle registration+drivers renewal=over enough tax for our animal farm government. Than, I still pay tax, + housing tax. + tax on food, soon, I'll have to pay tax for wearing clothing that's too western. It will be. "fellow south Afrikaans. We have decided to. Tax you on wearing westernised clothes. To avoid being taxed, you must wear sheep skin, or whatever animal you can kill, say it the way Zuma does.) Anyways! I am not paying an additional tax, whereas my vehicle + drivers renewal( which is every 12months). Already pays for me to have my butt on the road! South Africa is one of the biggest scam continent. Think about about it. Public health care flops therefore you must get medical aid for private health care. School system flops therefore you must send your child to private schools. Cars in south Africa is way more expensive than what they cost in other countries. Zuma and CancER pockets tax money. There's no money to fix potholes. Build more schools, comabt crime, build houses. Cause they only care about their own lives. I don't care whether agangSA or DA wins. As long as I can finally see a female in power! To hell with you ANC. Now I really wish I was there in that stadium BOOOING that showerhead! Cannot believe I defended him. Yikes!

  • Clive Brink - 2013-12-18 12:55

    People I don't think you understand. Afrikaners built this country through vision and laborious toil. The difference in toll tariffs as published in The Government Gazette in English and the Afrikaans version differs because the ANC/Government/Sanral is acknowledging the role that Afrikaners played in the development of the country, thereby charging Afrikaners lower toll fees. It is really nice to be acknowledged for a change!

      Derick Putter - 2013-12-18 16:33

      Mooi gese ou maat!!

      Bloodstone Shakespeare - 2013-12-18 23:22

      Hahahaha, so if you pay in Afrikaans you score...what a bunch of a$$holes. And the minister of transport actually reviewed and approved this before it was Gazetted? Clever ANC! Like always, you are proving your mettle! ANC have made so many cock-ups the last 14 days...and now this hits them as well, shame.

  • Megan Kelly Scaife - 2013-12-18 14:42

    PROUDLY E-TOLL FREE and I smile under every gantry. You won't get another cent out of me. These are our roads!

  • Charles Alfonso - 2013-12-18 14:54

    Georg ,Kapsch, global CEO of Kapsch claimed in a recent interview, - ”The Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project (GFIP) is one of the largest electronic toll collection systems for open road tolling in the world." He further went on to say, - "During the preparation phase of this project the company has contributed to the South African economy through foreign direct investment, job creation and skills development. A large number of South African companies are involved in this project as subcontractors. Says Executive Board Member, Andre Laux, “Kapsch has created over 1,500 jobs in South Africa. Our in-country leadership ensured that these staff members remained motivated and were strategically up-skilled in the lead-up to commencement. We are confident of the success of the project in South Africa and look forward to continuing our work and adding value to the country through infrastructure development,” concludes Mr. Kapsch. Somehow I fail to understand the significance of 1500 jobs in a venture that they will ultimately, rake in billions from?

      Bloodstone Shakespeare - 2013-12-18 23:26

      Wrong Charles, this venture will ultimately fail and will NOT rake in billions. Doodgebore!

  • Charles A. - 2013-12-18 15:02

    E-Tolls in Portugal. Earlier this month, Portugal's largest circulation English newspaper, The Portugal News, reported that the country’s e-toll system – implemented a little over a year-and-a-half ago – has amounted to a “dead loss” for the country’s state-owned roads agency, Estradas de Portugal (EP). A combination of plummeting road usage and an increasing number of users failing to pay e-tolls, says the publication, has resulted in a system that, as it stands, is not only unsustainable, but also a drain on the economy as administration fees eat into EP’s already scrawny profits.

      Pete Mears - 2013-12-19 04:25

      ...and they thought people are values on their computer screens. Life is wonderfully dynamic and full of surprises.

  • Charles A. - 2013-12-18 15:09

    E-Tolls in Taiwan. In Taiwan – in 2010 – the National Freeway Bureau was set to send a notice to its e-toll operator, Far Eastern Electronic Toll Collection Company, for not meeting the terms of the agreement of its build-operate-transfer contract. Taipei Times reported at the time that the toll operator was obliged to raise the average rate of those using on-board units to 45%, but Far Eastern only met 38% and said it could not hit the 45% mark. This followed the government's offer of a 20% discount on tolls for those who installed the system. The government threatened either a fine, or to cancel the contract, the publication reported. Subsequently, in April this year, Far Eastern said collections had hit 75% after it introduced a free-of-charge toll-collecting e-tag to boost use.

      Pete Mears - 2013-12-19 04:26

      Thanks for these insightful interjections Charles...

  • Julie Sby - 2013-12-18 15:29

    It's possible the e-Tags issued are not in use - I have one from the fleet management through work (issued) but I have not installed it in my car (Not in use)

  • Caiphus Nthambeleni - 2013-12-18 15:36

    Sanral might be right when they say they sold 900 000 but they are not linked, because you can buy an etag and keep it.It is like buying a simcard and you don't call service provider to activate. People who bought these tags wants to see if these guys know what they are doing, now they are excited that we sold almost million some of these tags are in Bins as we speak....domkop Sanrolls

      Pete Mears - 2013-12-19 04:28

      I guess the point is this, just because you can automize things it doesn't automatically mean people will pay.

  • Melissa Jones - 2013-12-18 15:39

    @ Kalawa - nope! No bill yet and I have used the freeways every single day since it was implemented. I personally do not know anyone who has voluntarily bought an e-tag, and one person who was supplied with one by the company he works for.

  • Carla de Vries - 2013-12-18 15:56

    When there are differences in the English and Afrikaans GG the one that is signed normally carries weight. In this case both were signed which is exactly where they shot themselves in the foot! The price increase in January is well planned. Let's see what effect it has on the elections.

  • Ndou Miranda - 2013-12-18 15:59

    Is the this the freedom that the late Mr Mandala and others who are late as well suffered for, like seriously Mr President? Are these the fruits of being Free? Than your freedom hurts ANC.

      Pete Mears - 2013-12-19 04:29

      My dear, this is what everybody wanted. Freedom never was free. It came at a very dear price for everybody.

  • Maano Ramadwa - 2013-12-18 17:00

    You all deserve a standing ovation for keeping to the struggle. I have school fees to pay, not this e-tag nonsense. I drive under the gantries every weekend willingly. I am not going to make any human being rich through corrupt means. Lets carry on with the PASSIVE RESISTENCE.

  • Neels Snyman - 2013-12-18 18:41

    Simon clearly you don't know what blacklisting means !!!!! E toll my ass !!!!!!

  • Bogaluv Kabelo Motimela - 2013-12-18 18:43

    you talking atter nonsense pay up and stop fooling yourself.

      Bloodstone Shakespeare - 2013-12-18 23:46

      I almost told you to F...off, but I will control myself...

  • jacques.potgieter.313 - 2013-12-18 18:44

    I have more chance of winning the lotto than to pay for e tolls

  • Andre Sunnasy - 2013-12-18 18:52

    Why are the e-toll sign boards in old demonic SA flag colours? Can't the ANC get anything right!!!!

      Derick Putter - 2013-12-18 20:59

      No, they can't. In fact, they have never got anything right.

      Derick Putter - 2013-12-18 21:01

      No, they can't. In fact, they have never got anything right.

  • Alan John Ingram - 2013-12-18 19:02

    to Kalawa: NO!!!! I have not received a single invoice from SANRAL since the 3rd of December when i started using the freeways. SANRAL is going DOWN the tube faster than i thought LEKKER, LEKKER KEEP UP THE ANTI E-TAG BOYCOTT ALL US GAUTENGERS VICTORY IS NEAR!!!!!! ANTI

      Debbie Ryan - 2013-12-18 20:24

      cos its E-Dompas for all!

  • Shelly Tyrone Jordan - 2013-12-18 20:51

    I see more and more cars without number plates mmmmm still dont agree with etols

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