The SA National Roads Agency (Sanral), which has been crippled by Gauteng drivers’ refusal to pay controversial e-tolls, could face difficulties staying in business unless the issue is resolved, auditor-general Tsakani Maluleke has warned.

Sanral’s e-tolling project, launched in 2013 as part of a drive to improve the road network in Gauteng, has for the most part been a failure as a result of low levels of compliance by motorists...

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