Talk more, talk to more

It is important to understand that stakeholders must not only be involved in all the steps but must understand why these steps are being taken.  The message is a simple one, but it is getting more ..
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SANRAL glitters at Scifest Africa

Learners from Eastern Cape schools exposed to the science of road building as a career path.  The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) exhibition at Scifest Africa 2018 proved to be a hit with school children in Grahamstown this month.  ..
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We value our stakeholders

SANRAL is committed to engaging with industry forums and the public at large and have already forged some positive relationships with key stakeholders in this regard.   As we reflect on 20 years of being responsible for the ..
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Spillages – from mopping up, to moving on

SANRAL’s responsibility doesn’t stop with road maintenance.  The maintenance of the roads that SANRAL builds and oversees extends beyond structural repairs.   Conservation of the natural environment is prioritised before, during and after construction, and dedicated reaction ..
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SANRAL welcomes new candidate engineers

Most will join the design academy for 21 months, while eight will spend three months at the materials testing laboratory.  The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) has welcomed 18 new engineering candidates to ..
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N7 upgrade spearheads economic development

More than 500 job opportunities have been created and a legacy of empowerment will be left behind after completion of the construction work.  The upgrade of the N7 in Malmesbury goes way beyond construction and has social inclusion at ..
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N14 upgrade will save lives

With industrial and residential expansion, the Kathu North and South intersections were experiencing significant increases in traffic volumes, which further compromised safety and road capacity.  In evaluating the safety and capacity of the N14 between Olifantshoek and Kathu, ..
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