Planned road infrastructure developments will create skills training and the development of local labourers in the Eastern Cape. The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) revealed its upcoming road infrastructure development projects for the ..
A learnership from SANRAL turned a former domestic worker’s life around. Nontembeko Khenku was struggling to make ends meet as a domestic worker when she came across a newspaper advert for a learnership by the South African National ..
Thirty-five percent of SANRAL’s training programmes have taken place in rural Eastern Cape in the past two years. SMME training and development forms an essential component of most the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) ..
SANRAL has played an integral part in the contribution to palaeontological knowledge and the preservation of natural heritage. The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) continues to contribute to the body of palaeontological knowledge through their ..
The Eastern Cape had the fourth–highest fatalities in the country over Easter. The Minister of Transport, Dr Blade Nzimande, and Eastern Cape MEC for Transport and Safety, Weziwe Tikana, led several road safety activation programmes in Port Elizabeth after the ..
Women from Eastern Cape communities complete a life-changing training programme with SANRAL. Twelve women from the Mtentu and Lusikisiki communities (OR Tambo and Alfred Nzo Districts) in the Eastern Cape, recently completed a training programme with ..
Eastern Cape office lauded for responsible, innovative design for building that will be the hub for SANRAL in the province. SANRAL Southern Region’s Eastern Cape office is the first commercial building to be awarded the coveted 5 Star Green Building Council of South Africa (GBCSA) ..
Welekazi Ndika, the recently appointed Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator, joins SANRAL’s Southern Region with the intention to help people in need. Welekazi Ndika, the recently appointed Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator, joins SANRAL’s Southern Region with a wealth of ..
The N2 Wild Coast Road Project will be a catalyst for sustainable local economic and social development. The R9-billion investment the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) has put aside for greenfields development as ..
Youth and SMME development lies at the heart of SANRAL’s project in Tsolo in the Eastern Cape. Young people in the Eastern Cape town of Tsolo have benefitted from the creation of more than 100 jobs ..