Musina ring road to improve safety

The Mayor of the Musina Municipality has sung The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited’s (SANRAL) praises for the Musina Ring Road project. Mayor Mihloti Muhlope was assessing the project’s progress together with the Deputy ..
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Drought affects construction

The Department of Water and Sanitation warned on 16 May 2017 that water levels are continuing to drop gradually despite the good rains that fell in some parts of the country. It urged all South Africans ..
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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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Musina Ring Road on track for completion

One year after construction started on the Musina Ring, north of Limpopo, it is on schedule to be completed on time, unless weather conditions prevent the completion. Climate conditions is the only factor standing in the ..
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SANRAL in the 2017 Budget

  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) ..
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Automatic payment method rolled out

Trans African Concessions (TRAC) has commenced rolling out the automated tag payment system on the N4 toll route. The initiative will be rolled out in phases, with a pilot phase for selected tag holders that started ..
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Upgraded N14 freeway opened

  Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport, Dr Ismail Vadi has officially opened the upgraded N14 freeway from Krugersdorp to Diepsloot. The R306-million, 18-month-long project, launched in July 2015 together with Gauteng Premier David Makhura, was ..
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