On Tuesday she announced that she - along with her team - would withdraw from the e-tolls review panel proceedings if they were challenged or, as she put it, “taken on.”
The minister mentioned that she wasn’t under the impression that she, along with her team, would be questioned by legal experts with regards to the e-toll system and if she were aware, that she would have had a lawyer present.
The process took place in Pretoria where the panel - appointed by Gauteng premier David Makhura - aimed to examine the economic and social impact of the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project and the e-tolling system, set up to fund it.
The panel should present its findings to Makhura at the end of the month.
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