Eastern Cape community helps rebuild own roads

The community of Whittlesea are manufacturing their own interlocking block pavers and concrete kerbs to improve their own roads. More than three million interlocking block pavers and concrete kerbs are being manufactured by the Whittlesea community ..
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SMMEs benefit from R58-million project

Six rural communities in Alfred Nzo District Municipality, Eastern Cape, have benefitted from a series of training programmes and employment opportunities in the construction sector. Twenty small, medium and micro-enterprises (SMMEs) and more than 200 local ..
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SANRAL committed to transformation

South Africa’s national road agency is going all out to make sure black businesses in the construction sector are supported by everyone involved. The national roads agency is unwavering in its commitment to the inclusive participation ..
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Minister talks tough on reckless driving

Traffic authorities will have a zero-tolerance approach to law enforcement over the festive period in an effort to reduce fatalities. Statistics show that South African road and traffic officials have a monumental task to improve the ..
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Msikaba Bridge opens to retender

On completion, SANRAL’s spectacular Msikaba Bridge in the Eastern Cape will be the longest cable-stayed suspension bridge in South Africa. Expected to become an important tourist attraction, the tender process for the Msikaba Bridge – part ..
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R61 Road upgrade valued at R550 million completed

The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) has completed major work on the R61 mega-road infrastructure project in the Eastern Cape. The R550-million Mthatha Sprigg Street to Ngqeleni Road infrastructure development and safety programme is also ..
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