JOHANNESBURG – Sanral says it’s taking steps to deal with its irregular expenditure.
Its management was grilled on Tuesday by Parliament’s public accounts committee over irregular expenditure of more than R1-billion.
Most costs are attributed to the agency’s routine and road maintenance contracts.
MPs also raised concerns about costs incurred by outsourcing auditors.
Meanwhile, Sanral says it can still recover R11-billion worth of outstanding e-toll bills.
But the agency says it won’t write off any debt until the collection process has been exhausted.