Outa applauds City of Cape Town’s successful fight against Sanral e-tolls

Fortunately the City of Cape Town stopped them before they put the e-tolls up.

Wayne Duvenage, Outa

You can’t discriminate between provinces in this manner!

Wayne Duvenage, Outa

This is the beginning of the end of e-tolls.

Wayne Duvenage, Outa

We don’t know what else Government needs in order for sanity to prevail.

Wayne Duvenage, Outa

On Thursday the Supreme Court of Appeal upheld the judgement by the Western Cape High Court in favour of the City of Cape Town to cancel Sanral’s plans for introducing tolls to fund the upgrading of the Western Cape Winelands national routes.

Ray White (in for Bruce Whitfield on The Money Show) interviewed Outa Chairperson Wayne Duvenage, who applauded the judgement.

Scroll down for more quotes from the audio below.

Another win for the people of this country!

Wayne Duvenage, Outa

A good win for the Western Cape!

Wayne Duvenage, Outa

There are 2.2 million motorists in Gauteng who haven’t paid their e-tolls.

Wayne Duvenage, Outa

Our fight doesn’t stop. Our case is even stronger now with this Western Cape ruling.

Wayne Duvenage, Outa

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