The South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) enhances South Africa’s National Development Plan’s (NDP) ambition to have an efficient, competitive and responsive infrastructure network. The NDP, also known as Vision 2030, seeks to eliminate ..
The aloe simii species of plants is listed as critically endangered and the South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) is making sure to preserve it during road construction. South Africa’s National Development Plan (NDP), or Vision ..
Undulating hills, jagged cliffs, wild beaches, indigenous cultures and a diverse array of fauna and flora make the Wild Coast a place renowned for its rich heritage and natural beauty. Yet, behind popular romantic visions ..
South Africa’s National Development Plan or Vision 2030 seeks a more inclusive economy that will address the country’s socio-economic imbalances and the South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) is helping achieve this. SANRAL is ..
SANRAL’s creative design approach of bus stations for the Tshwane Rapid Transit (TRT) programme has helped to blend functionality with the rich architectural heritage in the capital city. Historically important buildings that connect the early days ..
The design of new bus stations for the Tshwane Rapid Transit System blends the historic significance of buildings in the capital with needs for a modern transport system. SANRAL has managed the design and construction of ..
Building, upgrading, maintaining roads is what SANRAL does – but it is always very careful to take the environment into account, as was done with the construction of a new bridge over the Vaal River near ..
Mapungubwe in Limpopo is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that once was the capital of a country as large as Swaziland. Once an African Kingdom that reigned from Kingdom from about 1050 AD to 1270 AD, ..
SANRAL aims to always use SMMEs to help them grow their business and transfer skills to help the business flourish after their contracts with the road agencies end. One such SMME is Vukuzenzele Trading Corporation which ..
With a broad theme “Moving South Africa Forward,” state President, Jacob Zuma, emphasised that the National Infrastructure Development Plan continues to be a “key job driver and catalyst for economic growth.”