A new year, a fresh start. Is this the year you reach new heights with a set career path? Perhaps we can help steer you in the right direction with our scholarship, bursary and internship programmes. ..
Helping others ends up as helping yourself, could be a way to describe what the country’s road agency does in the field of education. Roads – education? Indeed, SANRAL needs engineers, so does South Africa. The ..
Keeping vehicles safe on excellent roads is what SANRAL does. Less known is that it also gives people a leg-up and it is happy to help women grow into what is, too often, seen as a ..
How do you ensure success? Boost skills in maths and science. SANRAL has made this a little easier with its recent joint launch of a new chair in science, mathematics and technology education with the University ..
SANRAL is committed to developing skills of students who express an interest in studying and building a career within the Road Infrastructure Administration Environment and Civil Engineering industry. We, therefore, invite candidates studying towards a University ..
SANRAL Western Region and its contractors, suppliers and consultants recently raised the impressive sum of more than R100 000 at its annual Imbizo held near the Huguenot Tunnel at Paarl – all for a good cause. ..
In October last year, SANRAL hosted its annual scholarship function at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University. The event was attended by SANRAL school scholarship recipients – learners in grades 10 to 12 from schools in Nelson ..
In 2015, SANRAL had 85 students at six universities across the country, 20 of which were study- ing at the University of KwaZulu- Natal. It also supports learners across the country who aim to become engineers. ..
What a year 2015 was… And what a stunning end to the year with some of our scholarship recipients matriculating and achieving great results. Last year 55 learners in Grade 12 had received scholarships. This, is, ..
Growing engineers through bursaries is one of the many things SANRAL does exceptionally well. Just ask Mari Venter and John Rammutla. Mari Venter In asking: “how things work and why”, Mari became an engineer. Born in ..