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Outa welcomes ANC Gautengs move to scrap e tolls

Date: Jul 25, 2018

The newly-elected ANC leadership in Gauteng has resolved to push for the withdrawal of e-tolls in the country’s economic heartland as the party fears possible loss of electoral support in next year’s general elections

The newly-elected ANC leadership in Gauteng has resolved to push for the withdrawal of e-tolls in the country’s economic heartland as the party fears possible loss of electoral support in next year’s general elections.The governing party was holding its provincial elective conference over the weekend in which Premier David Makhura was elected as provincial chairperson unopposed. Makhura had admitted that the unhappiness over e-tolls had contributed to the party’s loss of support and running of two metros - Johannesburg and Tshwane - during local government elections in 2016. Delivering his closing address at the conference in Tshwane, Makhura said the party would push for the removal of e-tolls as part of the resolutions of the congress. On #SAfmLifeTime Live with Asanda Beda talking to Wayne Duvunage – CEO of OUTA SA


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