He suggested that 10c of the R3.37 per litre of the fuel levy be set aside to service the e-toll debt.
“The user-pays model is and would continue to suffocate our people in Gauteng and add an additional tax burden which would benefit foreign companies with little benefit to our economy.”
Dakile said government must focus on developing a public transport system that would benefit communities and the working class. “A public transport system that is affordable‚ accessible‚ reliable‚ safe and intermodal is the only solution to the current challenges facing our economy.”
Dakile said Cosatu supported the stance taken against e-tolls by the Gauteng ANC and Gauteng premier David Makhura.