Bursaries Grow Engineers

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 ..
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No Heavy Vehicles, No Heavy Damage

No heavy vehicles, no heavy damage. That is the motto of SANRAL’s weighbridges, used to determine the static weight of a heavy motor vehicle. Uncontrolled vehicle overloading has been proven to result in the accelerated deterioration ..
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Getting To Know Thaba Nchu

Travelling between Bloemfontein and Thaba Nchu will become easier and more pleasant. This stretch of the N8 is being substantially upgraded. The contract value is some R920 million and work is scheduled to be completed in ..
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A Bus Station Like No Other

SANRAL’s creative design approach of bus stations for the Tshwane Rapid Transit (TRT) programme has helped to blend functionality with the rich architectural heritage in the capital city. Historically important buildings that connect the early days ..
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Closer Together

Citrusdal and Cederberg in the Western Cape are now closer together, or, at least, travelling time between them has been reduced. And travel will be safer as a result of SANRAL investing R450 million in improvements ..
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Asphalt Is The Way to Go!

Pietermaritzburg-based project engineer-in-training, Sasheen Rajkumar, is paving the road to success after winning the award for the best paper presented by a young professional at the 11th Conference on Asphalt Pavements for Southern Africa (CAPSA 2015) ..
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SANRAL achieves major milestone

SANRAL reached a major milestone when it switched on the automated payment option at its toll plazas on the following routes: N1 from Pretoria to Musina N1 between Bloemfontein and Johannesburg R30 Brandfort N17 between Johannesburg ..
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