N12 Bridge over Orange River – the next 50 years

In line with SANRAL’s transformation policy, of the R100-million budget for this project, R20-million was earmarked for SMME development.  The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) is incredibly proud of two refurbished bridges over the ..
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SANRAL’s transformation journey hits Sedibeng

Local businesses were engaged on how they can participate in road construction contracts in the area, as well as strengthen existing relationships with the municipalities.  Achieving transformation in the construction industry is a priority for the South African National Roads Agency ..
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Women consortium boosted by SANRAL training

Yeyethu Bafazi is defying the odds and making moves in an industry that continues to undermine their capabilities and passion.   Yeyethu Bafazi Construction is a consortium established in 2018 by a group of five women subsequent ..
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Taking SANRAL to Upington

The agency is committed to creating economic opportunities for small black businesses to grow and prosper.  The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) held a stakeholder engagement session in Upington, attended by local subcontractors in ..
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Taking SANRAL to Nkomazi

This initiative addresses matters of concern raised by local business and the municipality, in addition to educating about the opportunities available.  Small businesses in Nkomazi are set to benefit from upcoming road construction projects.  The South African National ..
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Taking SANRAL to Elias Motsoaledi

SANRAL is guided by the Horizon 2030 strategy and transformation policy that is mindful of the developmental role the agency plays.  Small businesses in Elias Motsoaledi, which includes Groblersdal, are about to get a boost.  The South African National ..
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