SANRAL has strong vested interests in the resurgence and growth of the construction and engineering sectors. SANRAL’s decision to ramp up its investment in road infrastructure through an allocation of R70 billion over the medium term ..
SANRAL’s priority is to ensure there is a viable primary road network in place that can serve as a catalyst for economic growth and development. Our mandate as the national road’s agency is to finance, improve, manage and maintain South ..
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 ..
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 ..
The key to a sustainable future for SANRAL is the development of the next generation of civil engineers and the creation of a leadership reserve. The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) is best known as the builders of South Africa’s roads. ..
SANRAL CEO believes Outa as a special interest group with a thinly disguised party-political agenda has led an illegal civil disobedience campaign against e-tolls for almost a decade. When an organisation funded by donations from the public ..
SANRAL is pushing ahead with its Transformation Policy through which it aims to transform the construction industry by contracting local – and mostly black – companies. The mainstay economic activities of the North West province – ..
The Premier of the North West believes the province has immense potential for growth in key sectors of the economy – most notably tourism, agriculture, and mining. Our provincial road and transport infrastructure are critical enablers of future ..
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) ..