SANRAL

R415m investment in RRM in Limpopo

  SANRAL invested R415m into routine road maintenance (RRM) projects in Limpopo in the 2019/2020 financial year and has plans for 21 projects in the area for 2020/ 2021. These RRM projects bring opportunities for SMMEs ..
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RRM creates jobs for small businesses

SANRAL has committed more than R4bn to road maintenance in the Northern Cape over the next three years with major benefits for small, medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs). Of the R4bn allocated, approximately R500m is specifically ..
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Msikaba plant search and rescue

  The Msikaba North and South Plant Search and Rescue team collect important indigenous/endemic species within the road reserve, to increase plant numbers at the temporary holding sites. The Msikaba Bridge site plant search and rescue ..
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More jobs for O.R.Tambo district

SANRAL will over the next three years undertake more than 150 road construction projects in the Eastern Cape with at least 37 of those located in the O.R. Tambo District Municipality. These projects are expected to ..
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Moloto Road now a national road

Its official, the Gauteng portion of Moloto Road is now part of the  South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) road network, which means that all 162 km of the R573, traversing three provinces – Limpopo, Mpumalanga ..
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Taking SANRAL to the people of De Aar

R500m for RRM and approximately 1 500 new jobs over the next three years. That was the message from SANRAL to the people of De Aar. Through its flagship “Taking SANRAL to the People” stakeholder engagement ..
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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 ..
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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 ..
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