The national roads agency is going solar. Toll plazas managed by SANRAL and its concessionaires have, in the past, received their power from the national electricity grid. This power is used for the daily activities of ..
Realigning a road and ramp is how far SANRAL will go to save indigenous and endangered plants. As a result, the road turned out more expensive but it saved some of the country’s precious plant heritage. ..
Taking the N1 through Limpopo up to the Zimbabwean border is a long drive and there’s not much to do or see along it. That’s if you’re in a hurry along this stretch of the national ..
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. Oldenburgia grandis, an ..
This heritage month, explore the majestic peaks of uKhahlamba-Drakensberg, and our roads will get you there safely. The mountainous landscape holds the treasures of over 35 000 examples of San rock paintings, an array of protected ..
The Bakwena Platinum Corridor Concessionaire embarked on a joint research project in 2014 with the North West Province Department of Environment, Economic Development, Conservation & Tourism to track the movements of leopards in the Magaliesberg. Four ..
Construction was put on hold when we came into contact with a wetlands forest along the Kwambonambi intersection on the N2 highway, north of Richards Bay in KwaZulu-Natal. As we progressed with our upgrade, we started ..
We are aware of our duty to help reduce our carbon footprint. We replace tar with asphalt, which is bitumen-based and environmentally friendly. We recycle road construction materials whereby?aggregate, bitumen and asphalt is milled from old roads, reworked and used ..
When we took on the upgrade of the N7 between Melkbos and Atlantis, we were very careful in looking after the Fynbos. Fynbos is a kind of shrubbery and heathlands that is found in the coastal ..
Aloe Ferox is the official plant of the Eastern Cape Province. In appearance, the leaves have a dull blue/green look to them with a slight reddish tinge. There are usually between five and eight branches, and ..