CONCESSIONAIRES

How much do private toll operators collect and how much goes into their own pockets? 

OUTA wants to know


SANRAL – N3TC 

  • Following OUTA’s PAIA request submitted to SANRAL in July 2019, SANRAL failed to provide OUTA with a formal response.

  • OUTA then filed its internal appeal against SANRAL’s in November 2019 . 

  • OUTA also approached the North Gauteng High Court in July 2020 to compel SANRAL to disclose these records.

  • The matter was set down for 7 September 2020, however the matter was removed from the roll in order to allow SANRAL to oppose the application. No form of opposition has been received to date. OUTA will accordingly proceed to set the matter down for hearing again.

  • Although the court process has been hindered by COVID-19, OUTA continues to apply pressure.

  • The application has been placed on the unopposed roll to be heard on 5 May 2021. 


OUTA’s court application for N3TC Part 1
OUTA’s court application for N3TC Part 2 


SANRAL – BAKWENA  

  • OUTA submitted a request for access to information in terms of PAIA to SANRAL on 8 June 2020.

  • SANRAL failed to provide OUTA with an adequate response.

  • OUTA lodged its appeal on 6 August 2020.

  • To date, SANRAL has failed to disclose the records.

  • OUTA will now approach the court to compel SANRAL to disclose the records requested. 

  • OUTA’s court application was issued in the High Court, Gauteng Division (Pretoria) on 16 February 2021 and served on SANRAL on 24 February 2021. SANRAL has until 18 March 2021 to oppose OUTA’s application for the disclosure of the records in question.

  • OUTA’s application against SANRAL aims to set aside their refusal to grant OUTA access to the records requested and compel SANRAL to disclose it.


SANRAL – TRAC 

  • OUTA submitted a request for access to information in terms of PAIA to SANRAL on 25 August 2020.

  • SANRAL failed to provide OUTA with a response.

  • OUTA lodged its internal appeal on 5 October 2020.

  • To date, SANRAL has failed to disclose the records as requested by OUTA.

  • OUTA will now approach the court to compel SANRAL to disclose the records requested. 

  • OUTA’s court application was issued in the High Court, Gauteng Division (Pretoria) on 16 February 2021 and served on SANRAL on 24 February 2021. SANRAL has until 18 March 2021 to oppose OUTA’s application for the disclosure of the records in question.

  • OUTA’s application against SANRAL aims to set aside their refusal to grant OUTA access to the records requested and compel SANRAL to disclose it.



SANRALs Irregular & Wasteful expenditure amounted to R10bn in 2017

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