Sanral obtains first default judgment in e-tolls case

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An e-toll gantry in Gauteng.
An e-toll gantry in Gauteng.

Johannesburg - The SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) this week obtained its first default judgment in the Pretoria High Court for outstanding e-toll debt.

Vehicles owned by One Stop Building Supplies in Alberton were driven through e-toll plazas in Gauteng between August 3 2013 and August 31 2015.

On October 24 last year, a warrant was served on One Stop’s owner, Naomi Strydom, which she failed to defend in court by 20 days later.

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