SANRAL committed to transformation

South Africa’s national road agency is going all out to make sure black businesses in the construction sector are supported by everyone involved. The national roads agency is unwavering in its commitment to the inclusive participation ..
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New hope for Buffalo City bypass project

The South African National Road Agency (SOC) Limited is working with Buffalo City to review the costs of the proposed Buffalo River Bridge. The South African National Road Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) and the Buffalo City ..
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An Asset to South Africans

  The value that SANRAL adds to South Africa stretches way beyond its professional management of Africa’s most sophisticated primary road network. Since its establishment in 1998, the agency has earned recognition as a true national ..
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Sanral kicks off consultation on transformation

The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) has kicked off the consultation process for their Horizon 2030 strategy and transformation policy recently. Delegates from the construction industry, government and industry associations met at a ..
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National roads “an exception”

The report by the South African Institution of Civil Engineers (SAICE) on the status of public infrastructure in the country is a cause for concern. It paints a bleak picture of the general level of infrastructure ..
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Pioneering change in construction

The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) is trying to level the field in the construction industry one clause at a time. One of the biggest challenges facing emerging companies in the construction industry ..
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Long-term horizon set for SANRAL

The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) has embarked on the development of a new, long- term strategy. Horizon 2030 will articulate its vision and the necessary strategic and tactical interventions needed to deliver ..
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Roads to boost intra-regional trade

Transport infrastructure – road, rail, shipping and air cargo – will be a vital ingredient of the free trade agreement that 26 Africans countries are rapidly finalising. In early July this year, a preferential trade agreement ..
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