The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa), is eager for ministerial change and progress in the department of transport.
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse has won a court order against the South African National Roads Agency Ltd.
Desperately needed alternative power sources are not sneaking past civil society.
Outa says there are too many questions still hanging over e-tolls in Gauteng, and residents need answers.
The shutting down of e-tolls in Joburg has already missed a deadline.
Civil action group Outa says there is something fishy about the quoted e-toll debt - and it wants clarity.
E-toll opponents have won - but now billions of rands need to come from somewhere to pay off the system's debt, and there are no easy answers.
Over 30 civil society organisations have written to parliament calling for the immediate reconsideration of the Electoral Amendment Bill that is placed in front of Parliament this Thursday (20 October).
Civil action group, Outa says that Eskom's application to energy regulator Nersa for a 32% price hike in 2023 will end up being closer to 38% once backlogs and court-ordered increases are taken into account.
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse is concerned that government may tax you more to pay for what e-toll could not.