Education is the great equaliser

Empowered, inspired and developed women and youth are critical to South Africa’s global competitiveness.  Since 1994, South Africa has made significant progress by putting in place legislation and policy frameworks for advancing the equality and empowerment ..
continue reading

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 ..
continue reading

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 ..
continue reading

SANRAL N1 quarry saves R125-million

Agency’s quarry in Ventersburg has resulted in a saving of cost and time, and limited the harm caused to the road surface.  To reduce the cost of materials, decrease the damage caused to roads by heavy vehicles hauling construction material and save time, the South African National Roads ..
continue reading

From conflict to cooperation

Businessman Solly Sebola is cultivating progressive relations with business forums and assisting black businesses to participate in projects.  If you can’t fight them, get them to join you. That was the unusual approach by Solly Sebola when confronted by business ..
continue reading

SANRAL committed to the empowerment of SMMEs

SANRAL’s policy to advance the broad participation of black-owned enterprises epitomised in work being carried out on the R573.   The upgrading of the R573 Moloto Road north of Pretoria is the living embodiment of the broad development strategy of the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL).  ..
continue reading