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E-tolls to stay, state must act on civil disobedience - Peters

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Cape Town – Government needs to address the “civil disobedience and allow law enforcement agencies to play their part” regarding Gauteng’s e-toll system, Transport Minister Dipuo Peters said in a written reply to a Parliamentary question on Monday.

Economic Freedom Fighters MP Thilivhali Mulaudzi asked: “... in light of the unsuccessful implementation of the e-tolling of freeways in the Gauteng Province, what measures is she putting in place to ensure that the government cancels e-tolling and seeks other means to fund the cost?”

In her reply, Peters said “there is no decision to cancel e-tolling, which is part of the user pay policy”.

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