SANRAL

Learning the engineering ropes on the N2

Trainee engineers rough it out while getting the best education possible at a N2 construction site.  There is no better classroom for a trainee engineer than a rough, dusty construction site full of roaring machinery and ..
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SANRAL working with the people for the people

Partnerships with local communities facilitates smooth running of projects and creates awareness of what the agency offers.  Work with the people for the people. This basic principle is serving the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) well and it intends ..
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Recycling of asphalt reduces costs

Forty percent of old road surface used in construction of four-lane dual carriage-way in the Free State.   A single carriage-way between Kroonstad to Holfontein in Free State is being upgraded to four-lane dual carriage-way, thus reducing accidents and drastically ..
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SANRAL amends its supply chain policies

Agency has a responsibility to ‘use procurement to contribute to transforming the construction industry and the economy’.  The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) believes its transformation drive starts from within.  SANRAL is amending its supply ..
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