Govt Criticised Over 'Carrot and Stick' Tactics

OUTA describes the ‘reprieves’ announced by the transport minister as ‘another carrot to entice the public to buy into the ill-conceived scheme’

The Opposition to Urban Tolling (OUTA) has described the ‘reprieves’ announced by transport minister Dipuo Peters in the opening debate of her department’s budget vote as ‘another carrot to entice the public to buy into the ill-conceived scheme’.

OUTA chairperson, Wayne Duvenage, points out that: “The prosecuting authorities have noted an extremely difficult situation in trying to achieve successful prosecution under the current regulations, terms and conditions.”

“For example, SANRAL [South African National Roads Agency] must provide the user with an invoice and payment is expected in seven days to qualify for certain benefits.

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