Motorists have rejected Finance minister Tito Mboweni’s call that people should pay e-tolls. Mboweni made the remark during his medium term budget policy statement in Parliament.
Transport Minister, Blade Nzimande says there are no immediate plans to scrap the controversial e-tolling system in Gauteng.
The National Transport Department says motorists should continue paying e-tolls as this is still government policy.
Acting African National Congress Gauteng Chairperson David Makhura says e-tolling continues to be a great source of frustration.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura says he will engage President Cyril Ramaphosa to try and find a way forward on the current impasse around e-tolls in the province.