“We have not collated our figures. We should have them by the end of the week,” Sanral spokesman Vusi Mona said.
He was responding to Sapa’s inquiries about the number of e-tags sold to individuals, to government departments, and to companies.
Last week, Transport Minister Dipuo Peters announced that e-tolling in Gauteng would begin on December 3.
Several organisations, trade unions, and political parties said they were disappointed by the move.