E-toll owner Sanral was accused of blaming its financial woes and credit rating pressures on opponents of the controversial road payment system. “Sanral’s financial predicament is selfinflicted and they should stop blaming others for a mess which they created,”
Wayne Duvenage, chairperson of the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) said in a statement. Ahead of
its meeting with Moody’s in May, Sanral started issuing summonses to vehicle owners who had neglected to pay outstanding debts. Sanral says an increase in payments is crucial to soothe fears expressed by ratings
agencies and investors.