Justice Project seeks clarity on e-toll prosecutions

2013-11-29 09:42

The intended processes for prosecuting those who do not pay Gauteng e-tolls are unclear, Justice Project SA (JPSA) has said.

“Unfortunately, we have been unable to provide much more than an educated guess on this matter, since the intended prosecution of e-toll transgressions does not appear to be following the same procedures as the prosecution of other road traffic and toll transgressions...”

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