Our previous posts on the subject of E-Tolls refer. Here and here and here, amongst other places, in our policies and FAQs. SANRAL are ratcheting up the propaganda and the pressure on the public to accept E-Tolls. Our sense is not to believe anything SANRAL say. Opposition to E-Tolls is just about universal within South Africa and that isn’t going to change no matter what SANRAL say.
Mondli Magwaza, entrepreneur, technology professional, an economics student and a patriotic South African, adds his voice “Whose Freeway is it?” to what can only be described as a cacophony of protest.
A Direct Democracy Forum administration will end tolling of all South Africa’s roads, and no, roads will not fall apart from neglect, SA’s roads will be the best maintained road system in Africa and as good as you will find anywhere in the world.
That is a DDF commitment. Visit DDF Policies and DDF FAQs
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South Africa will be 70% cloudless with sunny skies regardless of the storms in our back yards, the hail, the snow, the storm-clouds on the horizon, the odd tsunami and hurricane and floods, droughts and assorted mayhem. This according to acting chief operations officer at the SABC, Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
Where do the ANC get their puppets from? Next they will be believing their own propaganda.
The Direct Democracy Forum promise a hands-off policy regarding its relations with the news industry. The news and media industries will be expected to reflect the truth, not as the DDF hope for it but as it is, warts and all. If we live in denial about our problems how will we ever fix them?
Look at DDF Communications Policies and DDF Security Policies to gauge or intentions.
The buck ends at the ballot box.