03 December 2013
The IFP has called upon organisations opposed
to e-tolling to regroup and forge ahead despite government’s
decision to implement the scheme today.
The IFP in a statement issued today following
government’s decision to continue with implementing e-tolling,
said it was appalled that a government claiming to be caring
could go ahead in the face of clear opposition.
IFP Deputy National Spokesperson Joshua
Mazibuko said: “Our NEC was really appalled by the demonstration
of arrogance by government which went ahead to implement
e-tolling despite clear opposition from wider society. This is a
government which always portrays itself as caring and listening
to the citizens. Its conduct however around e-tolling has shown
its true colours.
“The IFP urges all forces involved in the
campaign against e-tolling not to lose hope; rather to regroup
and forge ahead with the campaign until government listens. We
will also add our voice and effort to strengthen the
For Further Information:
M. Joshua Mazibuko
IFP Deputy National Spokesperson
083 992 6135