SANRAL reaches out to Mahikeng community

Today, SANRAL’s head of Northern Region, Mr Ismail Essa, hosted various stakeholders in the North West Province. The aim of the event was to engage them in the agency’s business. Guests – including business, government and ..
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Women’s safety on our roads

A conversation brunch hosted by the South African National Roads Agency SOC Ltd (SANRAL) on women in road safety inspired song, laughter, understanding and knowledge. Facilitator Nikiwe Bikitsha kicked-off the morning by reminding the audience of ..
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Reconstructing the R37 for a safer road

The bad road conditions that have plagued the R37 will soon be a thing of the past. SANRAL is currently undertaking a major makeover of the road, which connects Polokwane with Nelspruit via Burgersfort and Lydenburg. ..
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Traffic flow eases up on the R24

The R24 is the arterial road that links Rustenburg and other towns and provides access to the N4, Rustenburg’s industrial area as well as various small holdings next to the road – and it is now ..
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SANRAL gives back in Heuningvlei

On Monday, the 3rd of August, SANRAL donated learning materials to BaGa-lotlhare High School in Heuningvlei. The handover was officiated by Deputy Director General of Transport, Mr Chris Hlabisa. The learning materials were donated by staff ..
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Getting businesses on the road

SANRAL prides itself in its involvement in helping grow small businesses and employment, especially among the youth. The SANRAL incubator programme recruits and trains young graduates to help the youth realise their entrepreneurial potential and increase ..
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