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Sanral welcomes passing of transport amendment bill

The South African National Road Agency Limited (Sanral) has welcomed the passing of the Transport and Related Matters Amendment Bill by the National Council of Provinces (NCOP), which amends the Sanral Act.

Cosatu's protest may block freeways

The Congress of SA Trade Unions (Cosatu) will brief the media on Wednesday (22 May) about its protest against the e-tolls system and the use of labour brokers.

Engen kicks off annual Driver Wellness campaign

Engen and Trucking Wellness an initiative of the National Bargaining Council for the Road Freight and Logistics industry (NBCRFLI) have once again joined hands to bring this year's Driver Wellness campaign to the community of Pinetown.

Wild Coast toll fees to be scrapped

The SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) has scrapped plans to construct a toll road on the N2 Wild Coast Highway, it said on Tuesday (14 May).

Don't buy e-tags says Samwu

South Africans should not be "fooled" into buying e-tags‚ according to the SA Municipal Workers' Union.

"Fellow South Africans must join hands with unions‚ the general public‚ and civil society calling for an end to e-tolling.

Group Five opens toll road in Zimbabwe

Group Five has announced a R1.8bn Infralink road construction contract in Zimbabwe. This coincides with the opening of the Ntabazinduna Toll Plaza near Bulawayo.
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