The successful delivery of mega housing projects and substantial investments in tourism as the engine room for growth in Gauteng will be largely dependent on the quality of the province’s road infrastructure. Over the past three ..
The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited has made two new appointments that will look to ensure emerging black-owned enterprises are given more opportunity to do business with the agency. Ismail Essa is the ..
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan presented the 2017 Budget and highlighted how state-owned companies (SOCs) were an important part of the restructuring and strengthening of the economy. The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) ..
One of the hallmarks of our relatively young democracy has been its contribution to the discourse on corporate governance now enshrined in what is commonly referred to as the King Report. In July 1993, the ..
With the road death toll up by 5% over the festive season, the Department of Transport will seek to reclassify drunken driving as a schedule 5 offence. Road deaths were announced on 10 January 2017 by ..
Through its professional management of the country’s most widely-used physical infrastructure, our roads, The South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) impacts the economy positively. SANRAL’s Annual Report and audited financial statements for 2015/16 were tabled ..
October is Transport Month in South Africa and this was declared in 2005 during the Transport Lekgotla. Launched on 3 October 2016 in Tshwane, Transport Month will be hosted under the theme: “Together we move ..
The Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA) is an entity of the Department of Transport responsible for influencing positive driver behaviour and to encourage voluntary compliance with road traffic laws of the country through the implementation of ..
Road users on the Gauteng freeway network became eligible for a 60% reduction of their historic e-toll debt in arrears on 2 November 2015. This once-off discount applies to all unpaid e-tolls levied on GFIP roads ..
The history of tolling in South Africa goes back a long way – as far back as the 18th century – and even then, the funds raised in this manner were used to build, repair and ..