Month: September 2016

SANRAL and its lawyers must let everyone know where they really stand on e-tolls

JOHANNESBURG – Following the concerns raised by the Automobile Association of South Africa (AA) this morning regarding the public spat between OUTA and SANRAL concerning civil legal action on unpaid e-tolls bills, Justice Project South Africa wishes support the AA’s calls and to add its concerns to the mix.

It is remarkable that despite having been specifically named by OUTA, Werksmans Attorneys have remained silent on this issue, even though this law firm is the only party which can settle this dispute between SANRAL and OUTA and in so doing, provide much-needed clarity to the motoring public. Continue reading