FF Plus application to declare e-tolls bills illegal now with NCC
The party says it’s discovered that the Sanral has not followed proper procedure in certifying the cameras.
JOHANNESBURG - The Freedom Front Plus (FF Plus) says its application to declare e-tolls illegal is now being considered by the National Consumer Commission (NCC).
Earlier, the party disclosed that it has asked the NCC to declare e-toll bills illegal.
The party says it's discovered that the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) has not followed proper procedure in certifying the cameras recording motorists number plates.
The FF Plus says Sanral applied for an exemption but this was denied.
The party's legal head Anton Alberts said, "We basically asked them for two remedies: to declare all e-tolls bills illegal until the e-toll instrumentation complies with the Legal Metrology Act and, secondly, those who have paid would be entitled to have their money back."