SANRAL boost for local towns

Treasury has allocated about R21.5-billion per year for the maintenance and improvement of SANRAL’s 19 262km non-toll network.  Municipalities in Mpumalanga, North West and Limpopo are significant beneficiaries of the R40-billion two-to-three-year nationwide construction programme announced ..
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Work on Polokwane ring road resumes

The project should be completed by November 2020 and its success will increase safety and improve the flow of traffic towards the Polokwane CBD.  Work on SANRAL’s Polokwane ring road project will resume this September. 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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Thousands attend SANRAL SMME information sessions

The N2/N3 upgrade project will have enormous economic spin-offs for KwaZulu-Natal during construction.    Thousands of entrepreneurs and job-seekers have attended stakeholder events hosted by the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) to share information on business ..
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