DA Caucus leader, Solly Msimanga, does not think that e-tolls are going anywhere. He is of the opinion that while the ANC rules South Africa, there isn't any chance of them being scrapped.
The e-tolls issue in South Africa has been making headlines in the country with members of the ANC not agreeing on its future and President Ramaphosa disapproving of their behaviour, as reported on by Briefly.co.za.
Now, the DA's Solly Msimanga feels that while the ANC is in control, there is no way that e-tolls are going anywhere.
eNCA reports that Msimanga said the issue around e-tolls could have been sorted out ages ago.
This comes as the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) is calling for South African Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni, to be punished on the grounds of comments he made on social media recently, regarding e-tolls.
Cosatu elaborated that the comments made by Mboweni directly opposed those made publicly by Gauteng Premier, David Makhura, and this should provide grounds for the Minister of Finance to be punished, EWN reported.
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