SANRAL

N1 through Botlokwa has been opened

The community of Botlokwa’s pleas for a safe road have been answered. The N1, which cuts through the Limpopo village, has been made safer for Botlokwa residents living on the road. After three years of constructing ..
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N2 bypass on track for August 2021

The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) is involved in the building of a R450-million bypass to divert traffic around Butterworth’s congested CBD. The bypass could be a done by 2021, according to Eastern ..
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SANRAL’s good governance confirmed

Asset management company, Futuregrowth, has decided to resume trading in The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited’s debt instruments. SANRAL welcomed this decision as it shows compliance to good governance. Inge Mulder, SANRAL CFO, said: ..
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Stellenbosch Smart Mobility Lab

The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited’s pursuit for innovative ways to make travelling a pleasure are evident in the work The Stellenbosch Smart Mobility Lab (SSML) does. A researcher’s paradise, the SSML brings together ..
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