“There is no replacement to principle and truth” – Gauteng e-Tolls placed on hold by court

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Judge Bill Prinsloo granted an urgent interdict, brought by the Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (Outa), to stop the launch of the system, so that a full court review could be carried out to decide if it should be scrapped or not.

“I make the following order… the first respondent (SA National Roads Agency) is interdicted and restrained from levying and collecting tolls,” he said.

Prinsloo said that while he realised Sanral would suffer huge financial losses, members of the public would also suffer hardship of the controversial project went ahead.

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