Gauteng govt to consider e-toll panel recommendations
Transport Minister Dipuo Peters has meanwhile said she has no duty to implement the findings.
GAUTENG - The Gauteng government has acknowledged the amount of work being done by the e-tolls review panel and says it will take into consideration every recommendation made.
Transport Minister Dipuo Peters has meanwhile said she has no duty to implement the findings of the provincial panel.
The panel has more than two months left to listen to input from political parties on the implementation of the multi-billion rand project.
The panel then has to analyse arguments submitted by labour, business, motorists and other affected parties before tabling recommendations to the provincial government by the end of November.
Gauteng government spokesperson Thabo Masebe says everything is on track.
"We will hand the results to the Premier, by 30 November as the Premier David Makhura has mandated."