SANRAL’s outlook is stable

The ratings agency Moody’s has changed SANRAL’s outlook from negative to stable. This follows on the government’s decision to grant additional funding to SANRAL to make up for the continuing under-collection of e-tolls. This had caused ..
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How to set SA on growth path

The modernising of network industries – including transport – is essential if South Africa is to achieve higher and sustainable growth that can contribute to economic transformation. This is one of the issues highlighted in a ..
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SANRAL issues major tenders

In August SANRAL started issuing major road construction tenders to the value of more than R40bn. This will continue over the next two to three years. “We expect a surge in road construction projects over the ..
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Polokwane ring road resumes

Edwin Construction, taking over from Basil Read which went into business rescue, started work to complete the Polokwane ring road. It includes finishing the new road, widening and strengthening the old carriageway, completion of new intersections, ..
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N2WCR progress

The first two adjacent road construction packages for the Mtentu and Msikaba bridges will be put out to tender in November. Work on the former started in January 2018 but stalled because of a contract dispute ..
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Update – N2 Ballito to Stanger

A new contractor is scheduled to be on site by the end of the year for a ten-month contract to upgrade the N2 between Ballito and Stanger. The original contractor was liquidated. The contract is for ..
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Moloto progress

Training and development were provided for 135 SMMEs along with 185 NGOs from Thembisile Hani municipality, making the lives of people better. SANRAL warned informal shopkeepers not to encroach into the Moloto Road. It is illegal ..
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N2WCR progress

More than a thousand people attended a ministerial imbizo near Lusikisiki in April on progress at the Mtentu and Msikaba bridges on the N2 Wild Coast Road. SMMEs who worked on three community development projects upgraded ..
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