Demands for transparency regarding e-tolls
Demands for transparency regarding contracts for Gauteng's e-tolling system have emerged.
JOHANNESBURG - Demands for the veil of secrecy to be lifted around contracts for Gauteng's controversial e-tolling system have increased, following revelations on how companies linked to the ANC have benefitted.
Sanral has thus far refused to make public several documents related to e-tolling.
The project was put on hold in April after the North Gauteng High Court ruled it must be reviewed.
The Sunday Times is now reporting the company, in which a trustee of ANC front company Chancellor House has a stake, landed a Sanral catering contract worth an undisclosed amount.
At the same time Gijima Mast, which is partially owned by well-known ANC backer Robert Gumede, won one the two largest sub-contracts to design and run the IT system for the project.