• SANRAL condemns violence during Mooi River protests Agency calls on law enforcement agencies to act decisively on those who destroyed property and endangered safety.  The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) condemned the violent and destructive protests at the Mooi River toll plaza, which took place over the long weekend in April, in the strongest terms.  SANRAL CEO Skhumbuzo Macozoma said: “There is a right ...
  • Minister of Transport on road safety drive in Port Elizabeth The Eastern Cape had the fourth–highest fatalities in the country over Easter.  The Minister of Transport, Dr Blade Nzimande, and Eastern Cape MEC for Transport and Safety, Weziwe Tikana, led several road safety activation programmes in Port Elizabeth after the holiday period.   The MEC visited the Addo Road Bridge in Motherwell, a project of the South African National Roads ...
  • Embracing technology for safer roads Randall Cable, Western Cape Regional Manager, writes that all stakeholders must play a proactive role in road safety.  Technology is changing society in so many ways and we must intensify our search for more technological solutions when addressing the very complex issue of road safety.   The use of technology to promote road safety is also very much aligned ...
  • New contractor sought for N2 upgrade SANRAL halts realignment due to contractor failing to meet standards of contract. The realignment of the N2 at the Umhlali and Umvoti River Bridges has been delayed because the contractor had failed to source materials as specified in the contract. South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) said the safety of road users is ...
Why do pedestrians brave death to cross freeways?
SANRAL-facilitated research provides greater understanding of road user behaviour that will be used to increase safety.  Research conducted on the Cape Town ..
Taking road safety to schools and homes
SANRAL works with experts, education and local authorities to develop educational materials and implement programme.  Teachers and parents across the country will soon have ..
SANRAL’s Freeway Management System keeps motorists in the know
System on strategic KwaZulu-Natal road sections provides real-time information to road users on possible obstructions.  Motorists using KwaZulu-Natal freeways can make smart decisions ..
Fences erected to make freeways safer
SANRAL takes steps to enhance traffic and pedestrian safety on the N2 and N3 in KwaZulu-Natal.  To prevent the further unnecessary loss ..