SANRAL awards several projects for Eastern Cape

Road maintenance, rehabilitation and resurfacing projects have been awarded to contractors in the Eastern Cape, the South African National Roads Agency SOC Ltd (SANRAL) announced. “Infrastructure development is key in the acceleration of economic activity and ..
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SANRAL warns public of tenders scam

The South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited (SANRAL) has been made aware of a scam inviting members of the public to tender on its contracts. SANRAL asserts the invitation to tender is fraudulent and did ..
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Median barrier soon to be complete

Trans African Concessions (TRAC) is pleased to announce that the construction of the median barrier in Sections 19 and 20, in Mozambique, is 85% complete. Although the initiative was scheduled for completion in March this year, ..
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Educating our youth beyond traditional borders

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 ..
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TRAC brings warmth to Mpumalanga communities

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, ..
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KuPhila Clinic offers COVID-19 screening

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 ..
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SANRAL response to OUTA

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 ..
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