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Note: This story was first published on 23 March 2015 As if the South African National Roads Agency doesn’t have enough to worry about after last week’s tough hearing in the Supreme Court of Appeal, it is now also being accused of forging court documents to promote its proposed Wild Coast toll road.Sanral came under scrutiny in the appeal court last Wednesday when judges considered whether to uphold a high court decision putting under wraps all the road authority’s documents related to another controversial planned toll road, this time on key routes into Cape Town.Told that Sanral wanted certain documents kept from the public because they could "cause alarm" if made known, the appeal judges called this "paternalistic" and asked whether it was not, rather, to protect the agency’s reputation. One judge commented that the application was "unique" in that it was brought in a court of law, trying to deal with the court of public opinion.Now Sanral’s reputation is under fire again: key af...

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