This is how much you will pay at the toll gate this easter


By Agreement Mabunda

POLOKWANE-The National Roads Agency SOC Limited (Sanral) has declared that toll gate tariffs across the country will increase by 6.25% on March 1.

The government gazetted the hike on February 10 and it is yearly adjusted based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI).

Sanral said its mission is to provide high-quality road infrastructure that benefits South Africans by means of upkeep, operation, and improvement of toll roads.

One of the busiest roadways in South Africa is the N1, which runs from Polokwane to Musina and between Pretoria and Polokwane.

It has six main toll gates: Nyl, Kranskop, Carousel, Pumulani, Baobab, and Capricorn. The largest increase was observed at the Carousel toll plaza, where it went from R62 in 2022 to R69 in 2023, while Kranskop will now cost motorists R53.50 with an increase of R3.50. #TzaneenVoice

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