SANRAL strengthens relationships with stakeholders

The South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited (SANRAL) shared information on several road construction, special maintenance and routine road maintenance projects being undertaken in Mbhashe and Mnquma local municipalities. A presentation on the various projects ..
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Creating opportunities for girls in engineering

Bursary recipient Tess Dube is a 3rd Year Civil Engineering student at Stellenbosch University. Women deserve acknowledgement and recognition for their exceptional achievements and safe spaces within which to excel. SANRAL advocates for transformation in the ..
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Ismail Essa, SANRAL’s Transformation Manager

Ismail Essa, SANRAL’s Transformation Manager SANRAL is committed to genuine economic transformation that will see black businesses grow and prosper. Says Ismael Essa, SANRAL’s Transformation Manager: “Now more than ever, we are called upon to drive ..
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N4 Maputo Corridor overload control

  Overloaded vehicles remain one of the greatest threats to South Africa’s national road network, as they damage the roads and compromise road safety. For SANRAL and its concessionaire, Trans Africa Concessionaires (TRAC), which manages the ..
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Huguenot tunnel gets an upgrade (WR)

The Huguenot Tunnel is one of SANRAL’s most iconic assets in the Western Cape. For over 32 years, it has served more than 100 million road users safely, quickly and efficiently. SANRAL has implemented an operations ..
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SANRAL’s COVID-19 27 March 2020 FAQs

FAQs as at 27 March 2020 Routine road maintenance and toll operations are approved as essential services Are toll operations an essential service? Approval was obtained from Government late on the 26th March for SANRAL activities ..
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