e-Tolls Here to Stay, Says Ramaphosa

Ramaphosa announces that the unpopular user-pays e-toll system is here to stay - but fees will be cut in half

South Africa’s deputy president, Cyril Ramaphosa, has announced that the unpopular user-pays e-toll system is here to stay - but fees will be cut in half.

Ramaphosa, who announced that a monthly cap for light motor vehicles will be reduced from R450 to R225, says that e-toll fees will be linked to licence renewals – so that motorists cannot get their car discs unless they have paid their e-toll bills.

In announcing the revised e-tolls repayment method, Ramaphosa confirmed that the e-tolls are here to stay and that all the previously unpaid bills will have to be settled.

To read the article titled, “E-tolls stay‚ but will be cheaper: From R450 to R225,” click here.

Source: 
Sowetan Live

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