E-tolls: It’s back to business

2015-05-24 15:00

For some in society, e-tolls seem to have appeared out of nowhere.

E-tolls: How Cyril Ramaphosa cracked it

2015-05-24 06:41

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa brokered a last-minute deal that ensured Gauteng motorists will pay much less for e-tolls than was originally proposed.

Jozi motorists slate 'stupid' e-tolls, despite price cut

2015-05-21 15:21

Despite the reduction in e-toll tariffs, the sentiment towards the system remains largely negative, according to a sample of people News24 spoke to.

E-tolls infringe on freedom of movement - EFF

2015-05-20 21:15

The EFF has rejected government alterations to e-toll fees, saying that making a profit from public roads borders on infringing freedom of movement.

E-tolls: 9 ways South Africans will pay less

2015-05-20 18:05

The government has announced a new hybrid model for e-tolls reducing the toll costs but tightening the enforcement of e-toll payments.

Gauteng e-toll fees to be slashed: Ramaphosa

2015-05-20 14:39

Gauteng's e-toll fees will be 'dramatically reduced', Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says.

DA calls for fuel levy instead of e-tolls

2015-03-04 13:10

The Democratic Alliance has called for a fuel levy to pay for roads, instead of e-tolls, during a protest outside Gauteng premier David Makhura's office.

DA takes e-tolls fight to Makhura

2015-03-04 11:07

Around 100 people have gathered in front of Gauteng premier David Makhura's office in central Johannesburg to picket against his failure to call for a referendum on e-tolls.

E-tolls won't be scrapped - Makhura's office

2015-02-24 18:49

The office of Gauteng premier David Makhura has denied a report in the Sowetan stating that Makhura announced the e-tolling system in the province would be scrapped.


We look at today's newspaper front pages; they focus on an attacked ex-Bok, wildfires in the Western Cape, an escaped serial rapist in Gauteng and e-tolls one-year birthday. Watch.

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Despite Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa introducing a new hybrid model for e-tolls this week, Gautengers still stand firm against the system. They believe that the government could recoup the money in other ways.

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E-tolls: The 5 stages of grief

2015-05-22 11:04

Yesterday Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the government’s new dispensation on the controversial e-tolls issue. Everyone secretly hoped that the announcement would mean the complete scrapping of the system, but alas that sliver of hope was slowly, cruelly extracted with each word from Ramaphosa.


We take you through the day's top stories making newspaper front pages; they focus largely on Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa's e-toll announcement.

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E-tolls: ANC holds road users hostage

2015-05-20 18:31

What was the ANC thinking when it decided to review e-tolls, only to shove a different but still unpalatable version of the system down Gautengers throats?

Ramaphosa: New e-toll dispensation fair

2015-05-20 15:21

The new dispensation for Gauteng's e-toll system will ensure the system is fair and affordable, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says.

Makhura: E-tolls critical for JHB roads

2015-05-08 06:53

The money collected from e-tolls is essential in upgrading Johannesburg’s transport infrastructure, says Gauteng premier David Makhura.

Makhura urged to call e-tolls referendum

2015-03-04 12:05

The DA, picketing at the Gauteng premier's office, has urged David Makhura to call for a referendum on e-tolls "so that the people's voices can be heard once and for all".

Mobile game urges e-toll opposition

2015-02-26 10:23

Opposition to e-tolls has gone mobile with a new game that takes a sardonic look at the implementation of government policy.

Makhura: Motorists must pay for e-tolls

2015-02-07 13:16

Gauteng Premier David Makhura has urged motorists to abide by government's decision and pay for e-tolling, the Saturday Citizen has reported.


In today's news headlines: A South African family has been killed by the Taliban in Afghanistan, President Jacob Zuma’s Nkandla builder has been arrested and Outa believes the upcoming e-toll review report will show the system is unworkable. Watch.

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