Businesses close to busy road pose a hazard

SANRAL is concerned about safety risks for users and communities after encroachment of illegal hawkers and land invaders along busy road.  The upgrading of the R573 Moloto Road brings jobs, training and opportunities to local businesses in Gauteng, Mpumalanga and ..
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Communities to play major roles on projects

SANRAL has been engaging locals in road construction improvements in their areas. The transformation of the construction industry and job creation for local communities on road construction projects were discussed at a meeting convened by SANRAL ..
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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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Pioneering change in construction

The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) is trying to level the field in the construction industry one clause at a time. One of the biggest challenges facing emerging companies in the construction industry ..
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The N11 – an undiscovered tourist gem

The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) has been renovating section 10 of the N11 – from Middelburg to the Olifants River Bridge, since February 2015, a stone’s throw from Damwal’s commercial hub. The ..
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The exceptional Wiseman

Wiseman Mavuso was one of the 39 students, across three universities in the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited’s Western Region, to be awarded a bursary in 2015/16. Mavuso is tackling his dreams head-on and ..
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It’s all systems go at Moloto

The Moloto Road Imbizo held at the KwaMhlanga Local Municipality in Mpumalanga was successful in fast-tracking the R573 upgrade. This development will benefit the 50 000 daily commuters and 33 communities that live along the Moloto ..
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