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PAY UP: An e-toll gantry on the N1 through Pretoria. Picture: SUNDAY WORLD

Supreme Court of Appeal sets aside Sanral documents ‘secrecy’ order

After court’s judgment, City of Cape Town is able to reveal that should tolling of N1, N2 freeways go ahead, toll tariffs will be nearly three times that of Gauteng e-tolls

Tintswalo set to be rebuilt from the ashes

Cape Town fires. Picture: GALLO IMAGES/NARDUS ENGLEBRECHT

Boutique hotel owner Gaye Corbett estimates Tintswalo Atlantic’s damage at R25m-R30m, writes Eugene Yiga

Germanwings crash throws spotlight on cockpit security

Debris from the Germanwings Airbus A320 that crashed in the French Alps. Picture: EPA/SEBASTIEN NOGIER

Regulators take steps to require two crew members be in cockpit during flights after prosecutors say they suspect co-pilot deliberately downed plane in French Alps

SA’s visa requirements ‘hurting tourism’

Michael Tollman. Picture: TREVOR SAMSON

Dramatic decline in visitors from China — down nearly 50% last year — while competitor countries, such as Zimbabwe, offer Chinese travellers visas on arrival

Used cars leave new cars in the dust

Picture: THINKSTOCK

Banks finance two used cars for every new car bought — and this ratio is likely to tip further in favour of used cars


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