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COSATU, DA, SANCO agree joint petition on Gauteng tolls

Sithembele Tshwete
15 November 2011

Gauteng legislature to facilitate meeting between roads dept and parties

GAUTENG TOLL GATES PETITIONERS AGREE ON A JOINT PETITION TO THE MINISTER OF TRANSPORT WITHIN 14 DAYS

Following the Gauteng Toll Gates Petitions Hearing held at the Gauteng Provincial Legislature on the 11 November 2011; petitioners have agreed on a number of interventions in order to curb the implementation of the E-Tolling System underway in the Province.

The first of these interventions is a joint petition that will be sent to the Minister of Transport. This joint petition will be sent by COSATU, SANCO, SANGOCO, SATAWU, DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE and other parties. This joint petition will be drafted and sent within 14 days.

Secondly, Gauteng Legislature will facilitate a meeting between the Provincial Department of Roads and Transport and the parties mentioned above to discuss development of public transport within the province

Lastly, the Gauteng Provincial Legislature will table a report on the hearing that will be debated by parties to the legislature.

Statement issued by Sithembele Tshwete, Senior Media Officer, Gauteng Legislature, November 15 2011

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Nice one
Isn't it wonderful to see a coalition of previous enemies getting together to fight crime in our province.
We need to see more of this.
Keep it up guys!!!
Enough is enough

by Jzee on November 15 2011, 23:30
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And when will Cosatu and its leaders be charged
with creating divisions in the Alliance? :-)

Seems that the tripartite alliance is unravelling fast.
ANCYL probbaly should have been a member as it was bigger than some of the three and they have been given a snotklap.
SACP is so small . .more

by Alto on November 16 2011, 09:32
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