The new tariffs will apply on the N3 toll road between Johannesburg and Durban, on the N4 between the Mozambican border and the Botswana border, as well as on the toll sections of the N1, N2, N17, N12, R30 and R21.
The Swartruggens Plaza on the N4 has not been included in the increase.
The South African National Roads Agency ( SANRAL) has announced that toll fees on the country’s national roads will increase by just over four-point-five percent.
— SAfm news (@SAfmnews) February 2, 2019
For what now? @SANRAL_za is getting worser than Eskom
— Da Don (@sifiso__dladla) February 2, 2019
It never rains but pours pic.twitter.com/cjhyJzqX11
— Victor (@Victor87095959) February 2, 2019
We ever gonna get good news around here??
— olebogeng (@olebogeng_m1) February 2, 2019