After the torrential rains and flooding that swept through KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) in April, leading to President Cyril Ramaphosa declaring a national state of disaster in the province, Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula tasked SANRAL to be the ..
SANRAL plays a vital role in designing, constructing and maintaining a road traffic system that works to reduce human error and minimise crashes. SANRAL’s Engineering for Road Safety lead and project manager for the Eastern Region, ..
Construction of the R563.50 million Kokstad Interchange, which includes the construction of a new Traffic Control Centre to house Kokstad-based members of the Road Traffic Inspectorate, is well under way. At least R169 million of the ..
Supporting suppliers SANRAL is determined to support the post-COVID-19 economic recovery, development and social transformation of South Africa, primarily by maintaining and creating new jobs, especially for the youth, and in creating opportunities for small, medium ..
SANRAL recently engaged with SMMEs in West Coast District Municipality, to encourage them to apply for subcontracting tenders for the N7 upgrade between Rooidraai and Moorreesburg. The R600 million project has just under three years left ..
Upgrades along the N2 and N3 form part of national government’s key Strategic Integrated Projects. The upgrades include widening the N2 and N3 to four or five lanes in each direction, and reconfiguration of most major ..
The R640 million Musina Ring Road will alleviate severe traffic congestion in Musina CBD and significantly reduce travel time for road users in and around Musina. The project consists of construction of approximately 8km of new ..
SANRAL has planned multiple road construction projects worth R1.8 billion in Sundays River Local Municipality in the Eastern Cape. SANRAL manages 4,952km of its 22,214km national road network In the Eastern Cape. Operations on the stretch ..
Image: Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana allocated R812 billion to public infrastructure investment over the next three years, which he described as “the backbone of a thriving economy”. Minister Godogwana made the allocation ..
Construction of the R81 from Munnik to Ga-Sekgopo is now complete. This R152 million project appointed up to 20 SMMEs and employed 164 community members. Of the targeted labour, R7.5 million was spent on youth workers ..