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A citizen has refused to settle his e-toll bill because he “did not ask for the e-tolls to be put on the roads”.

Some South African citizens have vowed to not settle their bills if the president is not held accountable for using the tax payers’ money for renovating his homestead in Nkandla.

Citizens took to social media showing responses to some of the government service providers.

On Wednesday, Facebook and Twitter reacted after a user posted his response to Sanral when it was demanding that he should pay his e-toll bills.

“Floyd Nkuna” said in his text message that he will not be paying his e-toll bill as “like President Jacob Zuma, did not ask for the tolls to be put on the road”.
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More civil society organisations are still calling for the removal of the state president after the Constitutional Court ruled that Zuma should pay back some of the money spent on his Nkandla homestead upgrades.

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