Four people were injured after a pedestrian bridge on the N3 highway in Germiston collapsed, Ekurhuleni metro police said on Wednesday. The incident happened in the early hours of the morning, metro police spokesperson Inspector Kobeli Mokheseng said. The stretch between Van Buuren Road and the M2 Geldenhuys interchange had[…]
The ongoing battle to stop portions of the N1 and N2 from becoming toll roads continued in the Supreme Court of Appeal on Tuesday, as the the City of Cape Town again argued Sanral’s decision was improper and unlawful. In 2015 the Western Cape High Court set aside approvals that[…]
The South African National Roads Agency is not giving up on its plan to toll sections of the N1 and N2. A court date has now been set for its appeal against the 2015 ruling in the Western Cape High Court that put a stop to the Winelands tolling plan.[…]
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) has described as “questionable” the South African National Roads Agency Ltd’s (Sanral) “extraordinary increased revaluation of their road asset base”. The civic group on Monday also cast doubts on the revaluation’s credibility as Sanral had “performed the revaluation internally…utilising information supplied by industry experts”‚[…]
Sanral’s decision to toll highways in the Western Cape has been set aside. The Western Cape High Court ruled in the City of Cape Town’s favour on Wednesday when judgment was delivered in the City’s battle against Sanral’s decision to toll highways in the province. City of Cape Town mayor[…]
The Western Cape High Court was on Wednesday expected to deliver judgment in the City of Cape Town’s bid to have Sanral’s decision to toll highways in the province set aside. During the court proceedings, the City told the court that the Minister of Transport at the time, Jeff Radebe,[…]
Sanral Chief Executive Officer Nazir Alli wrote to the city to seek a “win-win solution” and avoid legal action over tolling, but at the same time he said tolls were the only way to fund a project to upgrade roads. This emerged from correspondence between mayor Patricia de Lille and[…]
The SA National Roads Agency (Sanral) did not take into consideration that its decisions would unfairly discriminate against poor people, according to the City of Cape Town. “It’s poor people that live alongside the N1 and N2. The wealthy live in the suburbs and the Atlantic Seaboard,” senior counsel for[…]
A long-awaited showdown between the City of Cape Town and Sanral is set to take place in court over proposed tolling in the Western Cape. The city is approaching the Western Cape High Court on Tuesday to have Sanral’s decision to toll sections of the N1 and N2 set aside.[…]
The City of Cape Town is taking South African National Road Agency Limited (Sanral’s) decision to toll the N1 and N2 on review. As part of the review process, Sanral has provided the City with documents which they are required to share. However, Sanral has claimed that the information in[…]
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