Skills development, research and knowledge accumulation must be a national priority if we want to maximise on the opportunities presented by the fourth industrial revolution. The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) prides its ..
Thirty-five percent of SANRAL’s training programmes have taken place in rural Eastern Cape in the past two years. SMME training and development forms an essential component of most the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) ..
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 ..
Heidi Harper of SANRAL believes the agency’s commitment to education contributes to the vision of Nelson Mandela. The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) is contributing to the creation of an egalitarian South African society through ..
SANRAL is committed to identifying, developing and nurturing the talents of the next generation of engineers and artisans, through their investments in education, research and training fields. Youth unemployment is a national crisis. The youth unemployment rate ..
Randall Cable, Western Cape Regional Manager, writes that all stakeholders must play a proactive role in road safety. Technology is changing society in so many ways and we must intensify our search for more technological solutions when addressing ..
At the heart of SANRAL’s transformation policy is the empowerment of previously disadvantaged communities as well as safe mobility, says SANRAL project manager Marlize Nel-Verwey. For almost a year, the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) ..
Professor Kim Jenkins, the SANRAL Chair in Pavement Engineering at the University of Stellenbosch, writes about the transformative role the national roads agency plays in education. One of the many valuable statements that passed from Madiba’s ..
More women should take their place in South Africa’s male-dominated engineering and construction space, and SANRAL is working hard to make that happen, says the agency’s communication’s general manager Vusi Mona. South Africa’s journey to become ..
The value that SANRAL adds to South Africa stretches way beyond its professional management of Africa’s most sophisticated primary road network. Since its establishment in 1998, the agency has earned recognition as a true national ..