Cosatu will continue to boycott e-tolls
Cosatu’s Zungiswa Losi today said they will not pay their e-tolls and reject the so-called concessions.
JOHANNESBURG - The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) says the lack of alternative routes available to Gauteng motorists has not been dealt with by the National Transport Department and it will therefore continue its boycott of the system.
Cosatu's Zingiswa Losi today said they will not pay their e-tolls and reject the so-called concessions announced by Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa this week.
Losi says in the absence of an effective public transport system Cosatu will not pay.
"In the absence of that we will continue to embark on campaigns where we are saying we are going to defy paying the tariffs that have been reduced because it does not respond to the challenge we have of not having an alternative public transport system."