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OUTA vows to defend motorists who receive summons for outstanding e-toll debt.

VAAL TRIANGLE - The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse says it will continue with its plan to defend motorists who receive a summons from the South African National Roads Agency for outstanding e-toll debt. This follows comments by National Treasury deputy director-general of public finance, Mampho Modise, who said that Gauteng has agreed that debt should and will be collected. Outa CEO, Wayne Duvenage, says Modise’s comments are confusing as Sanral stopped issuing summonses against e-toll defaulters in 2019, and most of this debt has now been prescribed.

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