Litter trashing our freeways

The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) is calling on all South Africans to be considerate to the environment and stop littering. Cleaning up the mess is expensive and time-consuming, and has become an ..
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Drought affects construction

The Department of Water and Sanitation warned on 16 May 2017 that water levels are continuing to drop gradually despite the good rains that fell in some parts of the country. It urged all South Africans ..
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Aloe Simii: Saving our endangered plant

The aloe simii species of plants is listed as critically endangered and the South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) is making sure to preserve it during road construction. South Africa’s National Development Plan (NDP), or Vision ..
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Green Star for SANRAL building

Environmental conservation is a talking point worldwide and the South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) is helping the cause. It took steps to protect and enhance our natural resources when they built their head office. ..
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SANRAL saves rare flora

  The South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) and the eThekwini Municipality Environmental Planning Department have worked together to ensure that road development does not affect rare flora in the area. The Hammarsdale interchange on ..
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SANRAL taking care of the environment

  In its quest to connect people throughout the country, the South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) still wants to take care of the natural environment. South Africa’s National Development Plan or Vision 2030 seeks ..
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Saving The Old Man, Oldenburgia Grandis

SANRAL has teamed up with Rhodes University to save a rare, endemic plant species, Oldenburgia grandis, and has now brought this species home to help educate Grahamstown residents in the local botanical gardens. In conjunction with ..
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