If you don’t pay e-Tolls you will be blacklisted, warns Coenie Vermaak

E –toll users are being faced with the possibility of being blacklisted if one fails to respond to demand letters and court summonses over unpaid E-toll bills. Now this has caused much distress amongst South Africans as people are coming out with huge amounts of E-toll bills that they have to owe. The Electronic Toll Collection CEO, Coenie Vermaak joins CNBC Africa for more.

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