It matters not that at some moments in the past, a person did good or bad. What matters is the evolution of their work over time, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
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Ratings agency Moody's has changed the outlook for the South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) from negative to stable.
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula says appointing permanent CEOs at entities that fall under his department will be top of the list of priorities.
SA's unpaid e-toll bills have now reached R11 billion, with more than 70% of motorists not paying.
Could it be that recent hints of some sort of amnesty to those with massive e-toll bills are another desperate attempt to breathe life into the defunct scheme? asks Wayne Duvenage.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni must explain where he gets the mandate from to call on South Africans to pay e-tolls, demands Cosatu.
Transport Minister Blade Nzimande approved the adjustment of toll tariffs on national roads for 2018. Here's how much you'll pay in toll fees in SA.
The SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) this week obtained its first default judgment in the Pretoria High Court for outstanding e-toll debt.
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse has welcomed a Constitutional Court ruling that prevents the SA National Roads Agency from tolling certain highways in the Western Cape.
Former Cosatu secretary general Zwelinzima Vavi vowed this week to lead a massive strike ahead of the National Budget speech in February next year.
During the Numsa congress hundreds of killos of meat, fish and vegetables were consumed at an average lunch or dinner. Fin24 columnist Terry Bell writes about food, unions and an organisational conundrum.
OUTA estimates that only one in five motorists pay their e-tolls.
Residents of Gauteng will have to wait until the end of August before they know exactly what the future of the province's controversial e-tolls project will be.
The Electronic Toll Collection says its Gauteng e-toll contract with the South African National Roads Agency has been extended - not renewed.
Government is not scrapping e-tolls, but there have been proposals to increase fuel levies to cover the debt of construction, Transport Minister Blade Nzimande has said.
'Sanral is a corrupt organisation','Get rid of e-Tolls immediately', 'Are toll regulations going to be enforced?'... Wheels24 readers respond to new toll tariff hikes in SA.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura says e-tolls have added to the cost of living for many motorists and public transport users in the province.
On the back of increases to the general fuel levy and Road Accident Fund levy, motorists now have to contend with increases to toll rates announced by Sanral.
Outa says while the filing of papers is about to get underway in a test case with Sanral over defaulting e-toll road users in Gauteng, the court case will likely be heard later this year.
Former Cosatu secretary general Zwelinzima Vavi has lashed out at the Tripartite Alliance, accusing the ANC of deserting the working class.
Cosatu says it is done marching to stop e-tolls and the next time the issue comes up, the federation wants to hear when government plans to “scrap” the system.
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