JPSA Rejects Ramaphosa’s e-Toll Threat

Any amendments to the e-road regulations under the SANRAL Act to withhold car licence discs on the basis of outstanding e-tolls must first be published for public comment, says JPSA
 

The Justice Project South Africa (JPSA) says any amendments to the e-road regulations under the South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) Act to withhold car licence discs on the basis of outstanding e-tolls must first be published for public comment.

JPSA national chairperson, Howard Dembovsky, argues that the first meaningful clarity on the new e-tolls dispensation announced recently by Deputy President, Cyril Ramaphosa, “exposed continued smoke and mirrors – again.”

Dembovsky says the JPSA would use such an opportunity to argue against that preposterous idea as and when the opportunity arises.

To read the article titled, “Car licences can’t be withheld for outstanding e-tolls: JPSA,” click here.

Source: 
Sowetan

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