Trending news for Gauteng road users today is e-tolls e-tolls e-tolls! Well it has been reported that Sanral is to begin prosecuting Gauteng road users who are not paying e-tolls according to techcentral
Eyewitness News said it had learnt that the two senior prosecutors have begun meeting with Sanral officials at the state-owned company’s headquarters in Midrand and that they would take on 40 “test cases”.
The move to begin prosecuting offenders comes less than a week after Gauteng premier David Makhura announced a 15-person panel to assess the socioeconomic impact of e-tolls in the province.
The panel is set to meet for the first time this Thursday, 17 July, to determine the impact of the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project. It is expected to present its final report and recommendations to the Gauteng provincial government by the end of November.
Credit, TechCentral, Eyewitness News