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Business Day reports that the cabinet has directed transport minister Fikile Mbalula to consider seven options to resolve the e-tolls impasse (“Cabinet to decide on e-tolls in two weeks’ time (https://www.businesslive.co.za/bd/national/2019-10-31-cabinet-to-decide-on-e-tolls-in-two-weeks-time-as-unpaid-fees-hit-r67bn/)”,  November 1).

Six of those options are concerned with funding the e-tolled roads. Only one — that of prioritising public transport on freeways — offers a suggestion to reduce the number of cars on the freeways...

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