Action man from OUTA


Action man from OUTA

Wayne Duvenage heads up OUTA – that courageous challenge to corrupt officialdom. 

A decade ago, when he was climbing the corporate ladder at a rapid pace, businessman Wayne Duvenage wouldn’t have dreamt he’d give it all up to become a social activist.

What started off as a part-time campaign against the South African National Roads Agency’s (SANRAL) “irrational and unworkable” e-tolls proposal in 2012 has, for Duvenage and his team, grown into a full-time civil activism job, tackling a whole spectrum of rogue-state shenanigans.

After starting the Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (OUTA) in 2012, the former CEO of Avis (Duvenage’s previous job) was asked by more and more people to widen his mandate.

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Keywords:
OUTA
Wayne Duvenhage
Mark Pamensky
Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance
e-tolls
Sanral
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