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Staff believe e-tolling will go ahead

Staff at e-toll outlets still believe the system will go ahead despite an interdict.

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JOHANNESBURG - The North Gauteng High Court granted an urgent interdict against the controversial e-tolling project on Saturday but staff at registration outlets still believe they will have jobs. 

A full review of the system will now be heard by the courts.

The customer service centres across Gauteng are empty.

The kiosks will remain open pending the outcome of the court case.

Some said they were confident they would not lose their jobs as they believed e-tolling would be implemented.

But motorists are not buying e-tags and anti-tolling groups are calling for refunds to be paid.

(Edited by Clare Matthes)

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