Creating jobs through road construction

SMMEs benefit from the construction of haul and access roads.  The Msikaba North haul road is nearing completion after early delays necessitated by relocation of families and graves.  Irvin Khoza, assistant resident engineer on the project, said the ..
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Upgraded Mount Edgecombe Interchange has forever changed the landscape

Interchange will resemble a massive cruise ship at night with state-of-the-art lighting spectacularly illuminating the concrete ramps.   The Mount Edgecombe Interchange is an impressive and thrilling structure, and the multiple engineering achievements behind this mammoth project are testament to the exceptional skill and abilities of the entire construction team.  The ..
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SANRAL helps tell a 360-million-year-old tale

SANRAL has played an integral part in the contribution to palaeontological knowledge and the preservation of natural heritage.  The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) continues to contribute to the body of palaeontological knowledge through their ..
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SANRAL preserves historical structures

A 110-year-old bridge will remain in place as new structure is built alongside it.  The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) strives to preserve historical structures as far as possible, keeping with the legislation of the South African Heritage ..
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Why do pedestrians brave death to cross freeways?

SANRAL-facilitated research provides greater understanding of road user behaviour that will be used to increase safety.  Research conducted on the Cape Town freeway network is shining more light on why pedestrians cross busy highways, braving the potential danger of being involved in ..
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