Gauteng government denies paying for e-toll ads.

The Justice Project slated the provincial government for its alleged support of the e-toll campaign.

FILE: Sanral has come under fire for using a group of celebrities to gain support for the new dispensation. Picture: Reinart Toerien/EWN.

JOHANNESBURG - The Gauteng provincial government has denied funding the flight of Sanral's l atest e-toll advertisements.

The Justice Project has slated the provincial government, saying it should not be paying 'so called celebrities' to promote the new policy.

Sanra l has come under fire for using a group of celebrities to gain support for the new dispensation.

Although a screenshot of the government logo appears at the end of each ad. Spokesperson, Thabo Masebe says they were not involved in its production.

"Our understanding is that the advertisement was done by Sanral, we have no role to play in it at all. We have not contributed to its production."

Picture: Screenshot of the Gauteng Provincial Government logo in an e-toll advertisement.