E-tolling questions: iLIVE
Since the interdict regarding the South African National Roads Agency, a few more morsels of information have come to light.
Two trends seem to be in motion.
Firstly, the public is somehow to blame for the slip in credit ratings of both Sanral and the government. Secondly, e-tolling will still be enforced, one way or another.
In the absence of any credible evidence to the contrary, the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project appears to have been ill-conceived from the beginning. It would be interesting to know who conceived it .
Who, and on what grounds, allowed 80% of e-tolling proceeds to be exported overseas? What is the relationship between the arms deal and GFIP, considering the shareholdings of foreign companies involved?
Why are the transport department and the Treasury representing government while a trade union and a political party are cobbling together an agreement of their own?