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[…]
The SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) brought its application on Monday to keep certain documents out of the public domain because of commercial confidentiality. The application is being heard in camera. In May last year, the city was granted an interim interdict to halt the proposed N1/N2 Winelands Toll[…]
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