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E-toll get lost!

05 January 2014, 09:53
The idea of creating revenue is basically on everybody's mind.That is why we work.Some more ambitious and creative use ideas and knowledge and open businesses creating work for others and more revenue for themselves.But when banks make undeserved trillions and few oil merchants make their trillions and cell phone companies  steal so much money for the most basic and simplistic service we all sit back and take it in the rear.

The crooked government should have clamped heavily down on our thieving banks and cell phone companies and forced fair rates. Instead the very same thieves decide to incorporate a European system on African roads? You hardly need a car in Europe, You can easily get around on public transport. Joburg is huge, yyou are stuffed without a car and public transport is useless, dangerous and way too expensive!

The idea of SANRAL making money each and every second and earn billions for doing absolutely nothing is outrageous!

The roads were always there, the extra lane was no big deal, It was needed anyway.

Why does the ANC not wake up?

Our growth is an embarrassing 1.5% but inflation  and the cost of living is ridiculous.

Why not shape the government up, Grow the country, Get rid of the rotten and useless leaders. If we were growing at 5 % which is easily achieved if there was a will.We would have millions more working in SA. Plenty real revenue

The world cups revenue should have paid for the needed roads.

We have every mineral in SA, we are a wealthy country.

Sasol should be taken away from its shareholders, given back to its rightful owner being South Africa, Not shareholders that don't care that we are paying over R13 a litre.

Let Sasol pay our E tolls!!!
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