SANRAL concludes R96-million N2 project

The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) has completed its roadworks on the N2 from Komgha River to Grahamstown and Keiskamma Pass to Keiskamma River. The R96-million project, which lasted for 14 months, entailed ..
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Growth depends on excellent roads

Successful delivery of mega housing projects and substantial investments in tourism in Gauteng will be largely dependent on the quality of the road infrastructure in the province. A vision for Gauteng Over the past three years, ..
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N3 pedestrian bridge collapse

The Minister of Transport, Joe Maswanganyi, visited the site on the N3 where an unused pedestrian bridge collapsed in the early hours of 9 August 2017. The incident had resulted in a full closure of the ..
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SANRAL’s good governance confirmed

Asset management company, Futuregrowth, has decided to resume trading in The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited’s debt instruments. SANRAL welcomed this decision as it shows compliance to good governance. Inge Mulder, SANRAL CFO, said: ..
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Stellenbosch Smart Mobility Lab

The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited’s pursuit for innovative ways to make travelling a pleasure are evident in the work The Stellenbosch Smart Mobility Lab (SSML) does. A researcher’s paradise, the SSML brings together ..
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