SANRAL committed to the empowerment of SMMEs

SANRAL’s policy to advance the broad participation of black-owned enterprises epitomised in work being carried out on the R573.   The upgrading of the R573 Moloto Road north of Pretoria is the living embodiment of the broad development strategy of the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL).  ..
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SANRAL focuses on the health of workers

Wellness programme paves the way to a happier, healthier construction industry.  The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) is as committed to the quality of life of its workers as it is to the quality of the country’s national roads.   ..
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Cameras catch thieves red-handed

Four arrested for stealing drains and fences on highways, potentially putting road users in danger.  Teamwork and swift reaction between the Gauteng Traffic Management Centre (TMC) and law enforcement officials resulted in the arrests of four men caught in the act ..
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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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We empower women

More women should take their place in South Africa’s male-dominated engineering and construction space, and SANRAL is working hard to make that happen, says the agency’s communication’s general manager Vusi Mona. South Africa’s journey to become ..
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National roads “an exception”

The report by the South African Institution of Civil Engineers (SAICE) on the status of public infrastructure in the country is a cause for concern. It paints a bleak picture of the general level of infrastructure ..
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SANRAL monitors Cape vulture colony

No evidence has been found of disturbance to the Msikaba Cape vulture colony during the recent environmental monitoring related to the construction of the Msikaba and Mtentu bridge haul roads. As part of the environmental requirements ..
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