Rising to the challenge of the social and economic climate

Despite financial pressure, SANRAL has continued with construction and maintenance programmes, and remains committed to social and economic transformation.    The social and economic climate prevailing in 2018/19 presented numerous challenges to the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL).   With a reduced ..
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Taxes and tolls pay for national roads

Toll levies and borrowings on commercial markets have been the main sources of finance for national toll roads managed directly by SANRAL.  The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) has two distinct areas of business, the ..
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Creating jobs and building skills

The slowdown in construction activity during the past year had an impact on SANRAL’s ability to issue contracts.   Road construction and maintenance projects help to address some of South Africa’s most pressing social and economic challenges ..
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TRAC empowers Nkomazi youth

TRAC congratulates the students and wishes them well in their future endeavours.  Fourteen youths from Nkomazi now have a greater chance of getting their dream job after obtaining their Code C1 Driver’s Licence through the Trans Africa Concessions (TRAC) and Nkomazi ..
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Successes despite funding constraints

Themba Mhambi, Chairman of the SANRAL Board, believes the national road network will continue to be the catalyst for growth and socio-economic transformation.  In our long-term strategy – Horizon 2030 – we identify one of SANRAL’s greatest ..
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Developing people through interaction

Taking SANRAL to the People is about transforming the construction industry and alerting people of opportunities.  Talking to the people about projects in their towns, cities and villages is integral to the SANRAL approach.   Known as ‘Taking SANRAL to ..
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Partners unite for safer roads

Through their close links to communities who live in proximity to the road network, the concessionaires are increasingly involved in campaigns that promote safer road behaviour. The private sector companies that manage important stretches of South Africa’s ..
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