How N2 improvements will affect you

The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) continues to improve the safety of all road users with its projects along the N2 between Dutywa and Mthatha. One such improvement project stretches from the village ..
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A safer walk to school

With pedestrians being the most vulnerable of road users in South Africa, the national roads agency has embarked on reducing the number of accidents involving pedestrians walking next to national roads. The South African National Roads ..
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SANRAL makes room to manoeuvre

Pedestrian deaths on roads is a concern for The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) and safety is always a huge consideration in any project. SANRAL has undertaken work between the Murchison and Marburg ..
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The pothole spotters

Many motorists have a story to tell about damage caused to vehicles from driving over a pothole, and the extra expense arising from repairs. The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) has a dedicated ..
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Easter weekend claims more lives

With deaths on South Africa’s roads over the Easter weekend rising this year, the government is looking at changing legislation and sentencing as part of a long-term strategy to limit the social and economic cost of ..
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Thembalethu traffic jams get attention

The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) is in talks with the George Municipality to upgrade the Thembalethu Interchange at the entrance to the township. This is after motorists complained that the traffic jams ..
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