SANRAL and its construction partners teamed up at a cost of R1.4m to address the youth unemployment crisis in Malmesbury, which is on the N7. 22 learners received certificates for completing NQF Level 3 and 10 ..
The four haul roads for the N2 West Coast Road Project are close to completion. They will facilitate the movement of materials, equipment, machinery and workers to the Msikaba and Mtentu bridge projects. They are essential ..
All construction on the R573 Moloto Road is shut down for the December holidays but will resume on 8 January 2018. Routine road maintenance work went on uninterrupted. The road will be open to traffic during ..
Investment in infrastructure and the good governance of state-owned entities were recurring themes in the Medium Term Budget delivered in Parliament at the end of October by the Minister of Finance, Malusi Gigaba. The extended policy ..
Construction of the new bridge across the Mtentu Gorge on the Wild Coast will start in November, an initiative that will contribute to economic growth along South Africa’s eastern seaboard. The N2 Wild Coast Road is ..
Transformation in the construction industry has been taken major steps forward with the launch of SANRAL’s new guidelines to advance the broad participation of black-owned contractors and suppliers. The new transformation strategy was highlighted by Transport ..
SANRAL’s new long-term strategy – Horizon 2030 – is a pro-active response to deliver on its vision as a national transport system that delivers a better South Africa for all. Speaking at the launch of the ..
The road network in and around Kimberley in the Northern Cape will undergo substantial upgrades after a decision by the National Treasury to approve R496m for the refurbishment of storm water systems in the Sol Plaatje ..
Construction history was made on the KwaZulu-Natal north coast when Africa’s longest incrementally launched bridge was joined. The one kilometre long bridge at the Mt Edgecombe Interchange on the N2 forms part of major road construction ..
Emerging construction companies are already drawing the benefits from SANRAL’s transformation policy through their participation in the Moloto Road project. Work on the long-awaited road upgrade that cuts through three provinces – Gauteng, Mpumalanga and Limpopo ..