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Here are the new toll fees for South Africa from March 2023

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The South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) has released the new toll fees for the country’s major highways effective from 1 March 2023.

According to the agency, the toll fees are adjusted on an annual basis in accordance with the Consumer Price Index (CPI), as obtained from Statistics South Africa (Stats SA).

The new tariffs have been determined by applying a CPI percentage of 6.39%, as published in the Government Gazettes of 10 February 2023.

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Sanral’s general manager of communications, Vusi Mona, stated that toll monies are vital for the maintenance, operation, and improvement of toll roads, as well as for servicing debt incurred during toll road projects.

These funds enable the agency to fulfill its mandate of delivering quality road infrastructure that benefits South African citizens.

Mona emphasized that economic infrastructure, including the national road network, is a prerequisite for providing essential services such as electricity, water, sanitation, telecommunications, and public transportation.

He added that the updated toll fees are necessary to ensure the agency can continue to provide quality roads and services that benefit the public, despite the current state of the economy.

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The updated toll fees can be found below, or in Sanral’s fee booklet.

N1 toll fees
N2 toll fees
N3 toll fees
N4 toll fees
N17 toll fees

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