Overview - OUTA Local



Government’s lack of transparency and public engagement has resulted in growing mismanagement and plunder of state tax revenue. Many large infrastructure development projects cost society more than necessary and prevent delivery of essential services.

Born in 2012, OUTA is a Civil Action Organisation setup to challenge corruption and hold the guilty accountable.

While initially challenging Gauteng’s e-Tolls, OUTA has grown and developed into an organisation equipped with in-house litigation, research, investigation, communication and administrative teams.
Our crew of 40 are geared up to expose and challenge inefficiencies, maladministration and corruption within the state.
OUTA’s role is to challenge the issues and hold those responsible for poor governance and corruption to account. Our aim is to halt wasteful expenditure and irrational decisions which are not in the best interests of society.