• Construction women power forward The women had attended a two-week SANRAL-accredited training programme in construction management. Advancing the cause of women in construction is the lifeblood of the South African Women in Construction (SAWIC) organisation.   SANRAL recently hosted a round-table meeting with SAWIC in Port Elizabeth to find ways to expand the role of women in the sector.   Fourty SAWIC women, ...
  • Sinkhole tackled near vital road Once the reconstruction of the road gets underway, it is expected that the contractor will be able to complete the work within six months.    Relief is in sight for motorists travelling on the R501 between Potchefstroom and Carletonville where a large sinkhole has caused severe disruptions to traffic.   The leaking water pipe that caused the ...
  • Eye-catching bridge scoops top award The award recognises the quality of SANRAL’s engineering and project management skills and underlines its capability to work with contractors, suppliers and labour to deliver world class projects.  The impressive new bridge across the Olifants River in the Western Cape has caught the eye of industry experts, winning one of South Africa’s most prestigious awards for construction.   The majestic structure, which has become ...
  • SANRAL scholarship and bursaries applications for year 2020 Are you an engineer looking for a BURSARY? Look no further. To ensure a pipeline of engineers to enable SANRAL to realise its mandate to finance, improve, manage and maintain the national road network, financial and career support is provided for high school pupils, university students and graduates.  The scholarship programme is applicable to learners from Grade 10 – ...
SANRAL hosts stakeholders in the Victor Khanye Local Municipality
The South African National Road Agency (SANRAL) is embarking on its flagship Taking SANRAL to the people stakeholder engagement sessions ..
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula says the N2 Wild Coast Road (N2WCR) project is well underway and will continue to create ..
Minister Mbalula to visit N2WC Road Project
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula will tomorrow visit SANRAL’s multi-billion-rand N2 Wild Coast Road Project to assess progress in the implementation ..
SANRAL signs MOU with SAFCEC to prioritise small contractor development
The South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited (SANRAL) is proud to announce a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the ..