Another Cosatu drive slow today

The trade union federation says it expects huge support from Gauteng motorists.

FILE: A group of protesters gather outside Cosatu headquarters in Johannesburg on Friday, 24 May 2013 after the march against e-tolls was cancelled. Picture:Sapa.

JOHANNESBURG - The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) is expected to stage yet another drive slow on Monday morning in protest against e-tolls.

The drive slow is expected to begin in at the trade union federation's offices in Braamfontein and will proceed on the M1 North.

Cosatu spokesperson Patrick Craven says they will continue to show their opposition against e-tolling.

"We expect huge support from Gauteng motorists who are absolutely enraged that the government is continuing to insist that we must start paying for roads which are already paid for through taxation."

Last month Cosatu was denied permission to stage a protest by the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court.