ANC Using Ali as Scapegoat, Says OUTA

OUTA criticises the ANC for fingering out SANRAL CEO as its scapegoat over Gauteng’s e-tolls debacle

The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (OUTA) says that it is too easy for the African National Congress (ANC) to ‘finger out’ the SA National Roads Agency’s (SANRAL) chief executive officer, Nazir Alli, as its scapegoat over Gauteng’s e-tolls debacle.
 
OUTA chairperson, Wayne Duvenage, argues that, “Government’s ministers and director generals are far too hasty in their acceptance of major capital expenditure projects, and do not go to the required lengths to double check the claims, data and research presented to them.”
 
Duvenage is of the view that this is why South Africa sits with what he calls the many costly capital expenditure debacles in Eskom, the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa, the South Africa Airways and other inefficient state-owned entities of today, with SANRAL, a once respected organisation, now joining their ranks.
 
To read the article titled, “ANC using SANRAL CEO as scapegoat, says anti-toll group,” click here.

Source: 
News24

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