Tasima ordered to hand over control of eNatis traffic management system

The High Court has ordered Tasima to immediately hand over control of the eNatis traffic management system to the Road Traffic Management Corporation.

EWN reporter Barry Bateman, who attended the court hearing, says Judge Neil Tuchten found that in November last year the Constitutional Court ordered that the system be transferred to the control of the Road Traffic Management Cooperation (RMTC) within 30 days.

The way Tasima came and argued why they haven't done it already is that they interpreted it to say that the hand over process must commence within 30 days.

Barry Bateman, EWN reporter

Judge Neil Tuchten's finding that the Constitutional Courts order is unambiguous.

Barry Bateman, EWN reporter

Bateman says the Judge added that there will be consequences if this is not done immediately. The judge also added that the sheriff is empowered to evict Tasima from the property.

Within a minute of the order being handed down, Tasima has filed papers to appeal and will be back in court on Wednesday.

Barry Bateman, EWN reporter

Listen to Barry Batman's full report in the audio below:

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