Judgment ‘soon’ in e-tolling case

2012-11-28 17:29

The three-day court challenge of e-tolling has ended but Gauteng motorists will not have to wait long to hear the fate of e-tolling as Judge Louis Vorster promised to deliver judgment “soon”.

During the hearing for a judicial review of e-tolling, the SA National Roads Agency (Sanral) argued that the decision to toll was taken by the government, which was merely exercising its public power and that the courts should not entertain legal action to circumvent executive decisions.

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