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OUTA urges motorists not to pay a cent on e-tolls

It’s a glorious morning for Gauteng motorists as they wave goodbye to e-tolls.

The era of paying to use the highways is over, but, OUTA’s tireless efforts are not yet over. The Transport Minister says drivers are still liable for existing e-toll bills.

Outa’s Ali Gule says they should not pay a cent and the lobby group will protect them.

Gauteng motorists are excited that e-tolls are ending. But many are adamant that they will not be paying historic debt.

The Transport Minister, Gauteng Premier and Sanral outlined yesterday that that motorists are still obligated to pay what they owe.

-eNCA

In other news – Actress Brenda Ngxoli dumps her spiritual calling as a sangoma

Popular South African actress Brenda Ngxoli has revealed that she has dumped her ancestral calling and is, therefore, no longer practicing as a sangoma.

Brenda Ngxoli

The former The River actress announced in an X post on Thursday, 11 April, that she has dumped her ancestral calling for the Christian faith. The actress said that the birth of her two-year-old daughter, Sky Ngxoli, helped her understand that she was on the wrong path. Read More