Gauteng residents should join forces with OUTA against e-tolls – John Moodey

DA says they're aware of SANRAL's bullying tactics to force residents to pay

E-tolls: Gauteng residents should join forces with OUTA

4 May 2016

The DA in Gauteng encourages all residents in the Province to join forces with the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) in championing residents’ legal action threatened by SANRAL.

I have personally joined OUTA’s Umbrella Pledge and I encourage all DA Gauteng members and residents of the province to subscribe to their service, which will help fight any legal battle SANRAL plans against residents and businesses.

We are well aware of SANRAL’s bullying tactics to pressure residents in paying their e-toll bills by threatening them with legal action.

OUTA has already issued summons to SANRAL which has targeted businesses and residents in the province defaulting by as much as R8 million in e-toll fees.

This is a legitimate defiance campaign by the DA, OUTA and residents of Gauteng against the ANC and SANRAL’s gestapo tactics to force residents to pay for e-tolls.

The DA has already contributed a significant amount of resources to OUTA and we will continue to do so in order to strengthen the fight to have e-tolls scrapped once and for all.

Issued by John Moodey, DA Gauteng Provincial Leader, 4 May 2016