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 ..
Are you an engineer looking for a BURSARY? Look no further. To ensure a pipeline of engineers to enable SANRAL to realise its mandate to finance, improve, manage and maintain the national road network, financial and career support ..
Yeyethu Bafazi Construction employs people living in and around Mthatha, thus making them not only innovators in the construction industry but also job creators. Four years. Five women. One consortium. That is the story of Yeyethu Bafazi Construction, established in ..
Sidestepping the spirit of the BEE Act halts real transformation efforts. The act of ‘fronting’, a form of black economic empowerment (BEE) window dressing which undermines the intentions of South Africa’s BEE legislation, is a common ..
SANRAL is leading the way through innovative road design and the application of technology to create a safe and sustainable primary road network. Technology and innovation are changing road construction and road management throughout the world. ..
These are some of the contracts SANRAL initiated during this year. Contracts were awarded for several major projects during the year, including: The strengthening of the R511 between Brits and Beestekraal in the North West. This R172–million contract ..
In 2018/19 contracts to the value of R5 206 million were awarded to black-owned companies. SANRAL’s bold initiatives to transform the construction industry and maximise the participation of black contractors, professionals and suppliers are yielding tangible results. ..
Learn more about what SANRAL is doing in Limpopo. WHAT IS THE LENGTH OF SANRAL ROADS CURRENTLY IN LIMPOPO The length is 3 645km. LIST OF SANRAL ROADS IN LIMPOPO: N1 from Gauteng-Limpopo boundary to Beit ..
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 ..
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 ..