Helping small businesses grow while creating jobs and expanding skills knowledge is an important part of what SANRAL does. Ketane Nationwide Road Maintenance in the North West is one of these. Owned by Richard Stevens, David ..
Life happens at a fast pace. Our responsibilities often force us to rush from one point to another. We seldom get time to slow down and take it easy. This summer, N3 Toll Concession (N3TC), encourages ..
On September 10 the first e-toll evader was convicted in the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court. Biochemist Dr Stoyen Stoychev was convicted of fraud (the falsification of number plates) and evading e-tolls – cited as a contravention of ..
Travelling between Bloemfontein and Thaba Nchu will become easier and more pleasant. This stretch of the N8 is being substantially upgraded. The contract value is some R920 million and work is scheduled to be completed in ..
SANRAL’s creative design approach of bus stations for the Tshwane Rapid Transit (TRT) programme has helped to blend functionality with the rich architectural heritage in the capital city. Historically important buildings that connect the early days ..
Driving through South Africa’s smallest province, Gauteng, is easy because of the quality of the roads. There is much to do, and the offering covers a wide spectrum, making it difficult to decide what to include ..
Citrusdal and Cederberg in the Western Cape are now closer together, or, at least, travelling time between them has been reduced. And travel will be safer as a result of SANRAL investing R450 million in improvements ..
Connecting two communities, increasing pedestrian safety, building the local economy, making travel easier for tourists. These are the benefits of the upgrading of the Pacaltsdorp Interchange. This comprises the widening of the existing interchange bridge and ..
Pietermaritzburg-based project engineer-in-training, Sasheen Rajkumar, is paving the road to success after winning the award for the best paper presented by a young professional at the 11th Conference on Asphalt Pavements for Southern Africa (CAPSA 2015) ..
The history of tolling in South Africa goes back a long way – as far back as the 18th century – and even then, the funds raised in this manner were used to build, repair and ..