As Youth Month draws to a close, SANRAL extends developmental support platforms for young people across South Africa, with applications for scholarships and bursaries now open. Furthermore, the scope of financial support has been expanded beyond ..
The sharp drop in temperature combined with the economic challenges experienced nationally in recent weeks has left poor and vulnerable communities in crisis. With financial constraints a dime a dozen many households can’t afford winter essentials, ..
With the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic having led to a nation-wide lockdown, Trans African Concessions is pleased to announce that its successful enterprise development project – KuPhila Medical Centre in Emakhazeni – is now offering screening for ..
On 27 March South Africa entered a State of Emergency. As a result of this determination by the President of the Republic of South Africa, only essential services were allowed to operate. This included the transportation ..
The Routine Road Maintenance (RRM) and toll operations of the South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited (SANRAL) have been declared an essential service, by national government. Confirmation of this declaration was received late on Thursday, ..
Following ongoing criticism regarding the state of the Tchumene Interchange construction site on Section 17 of the N4 Toll Route in Mozambique, Trans African Concessions (TRAC) would like to remind the public that these roadworks do ..
A total of 33 people, making an impact to an estimated 165 families, have been employed in South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited (SANRAL) routine road maintenance projects (RRM) along the N14 in the North ..
The extensive upgrade between Belfast and Machadodorp on the N4 Toll Route is progressing well and is 26% complete. The R400-million project, which was awarded to WBHO Construction in 2019, is expected to take three years ..
Download 2020 Toll Tariff The Minister of Transport, Fikile Mbalula, approved the 2020 toll tariffs as recommended by the South African National Roads Agency SOC Ltd (SANRAL). The adjustments were gazetted on 7 February 2020. The ..
OUTA is wrong – again. SANRAL is claiming up to R760 million from seven construction companies (and their joint ventures) accused of colluding on infrastructure projects belonging to the national roads agency. OUTA’s suggestion that the ..