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The Justice Project South Africa (JPSA) is demanding the resignation or dismissal of Sanral spokesperson, Vusi Mona, after telling a concerned Gauteng road user to “raise your IQ a little bit” in response to questions about SMS authenticity.

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    Thursday, January 16 2014, 10:47 AM -#permalink
    Speaking on Radio 702 and Cape Talk on Wednesday 15 January 2014, Mona responded to a listener who asked: “How do I as a road user know that I’m not being scammed because there’s a lot of people who will jump on the bandwagon and try to scam you?”.

    “How do you guarantee that these SMSes are genuine and not scams?” the listener asked, referring to Sanral’s SMSes demanding e-toll payments.

    Mona’s answer was simple – “very easy. Raise your IQ a little bit…”.
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      more than a month ago
      He shouldn't have said raise your IQ. His answer should have explained what the SMS looks like coming from Sanral and to contact Sanral if unsure.
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