On Monday, the 3rd of August, SANRAL donated learning materials to BaGa-lotlhare High School in Heuningvlei. The handover was officiated by Deputy Director General of Transport, Mr Chris Hlabisa. The learning materials were donated by staff ..
The N7 is a major economic artery that connects the Western Cape with the Northern Cape along the west coast. SANRAL is in the process of upgrading vast stretches of this major economic artery. Derek Wilson ..
SANRAL prides itself in its involvement in helping grow small businesses and employment, especially among the youth. The SANRAL incubator programme recruits and trains young graduates to help the youth realise their entrepreneurial potential and increase ..
On the N2: elephants, cycads and unspoilt beauty. For all those road trip lovers, wanderlusters and weekend travellers, here are the top 5 must-sees journeying on the N2. In an alluring country such as South Africa, ..
SANRAL experienced a great amount of success at the Nelson Mandela Bay Investor Seminar in Port Elizabeth. Our goal was to educate the public about SANRAL’s community development, careers and bursary programmes. We also shared interest ..
Boosting one’s career can sometimes be a challenge. You spend countless hours giving your time and energy to an apprenticeship or internship and are often unsure of where it will lead. However, this is not the ..
Construction was put on hold when we came into contact with a wetlands forest along the Kwambonambi intersection on the N2 highway, north of Richards Bay in KwaZulu-Natal. As we progressed with our upgrade, we started ..
We are aware of our duty to help reduce our carbon footprint. We replace tar with asphalt, which is bitumen-based and environmentally friendly. We recycle road construction materials whereby?aggregate, bitumen and asphalt is milled from old roads, reworked and used ..
When we took on the upgrade of the N7 between Melkbos and Atlantis, we were very careful in looking after the Fynbos. Fynbos is a kind of shrubbery and heathlands that is found in the coastal ..
Aloe Ferox is the official plant of the Eastern Cape Province. In appearance, the leaves have a dull blue/green look to them with a slight reddish tinge. There are usually between five and eight branches, and ..