Learning the engineering ropes on the N2

Trainee engineers rough it out while getting the best education possible at a N2 construction site.  There is no better classroom for a trainee engineer than a rough, dusty construction site full of roaring machinery and ..
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SANRAL N1 quarry saves R125-million

Agency’s quarry in Ventersburg has resulted in a saving of cost and time, and limited the harm caused to the road surface.  To reduce the cost of materials, decrease the damage caused to roads by heavy vehicles hauling construction material and save time, the South African National Roads ..
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Upgrading of N1 at Winburg will ease congestion

Project runs smoothly and on schedule despite small challenges. A 14-kilometre stretch of the N1 from Winburg South to Winburg Station in the Free State has been upgraded. The south-bound, two-lane carriageway has been rehabilitated and a new north-bound, two-lane carriageway has ..
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From conflict to cooperation

Businessman Solly Sebola is cultivating progressive relations with business forums and assisting black businesses to participate in projects.  If you can’t fight them, get them to join you. That was the unusual approach by Solly Sebola when confronted by business ..
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Upgrading of N6 route on track

Work on the road will be completed on time despite challenges from natural elements.  The upgrading of the N6 route between Smithfield and Rouxville by the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) is well underway and on track to ..
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SANRAL committed to the empowerment of SMMEs

SANRAL’s policy to advance the broad participation of black-owned enterprises epitomised in work being carried out on the R573.   The upgrading of the R573 Moloto Road north of Pretoria is the living embodiment of the broad development strategy of the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL).  ..
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