“It is not far-fetched to say that years from now, this N2 Wild Coast Road will enable an entrepreneur from Lusikisiki to transport their goods onward to Gaborone, to Lusaka, then to Dar es Salaam. It ..
Prioritising innovation is vital for creating a cost-effective and high-quality road transport system that supports economic growth for the benefit of all South Africans. SANRAL’s innovative Freeway Management System (FMS) allows for real-time monitoring and ..
Upgrades of the N2 and N3 in KwaZulu-Natal form part of National Government’s key Strategic Integrated Projects – SIP2: Durban-Free State-Gauteng Logistics and Industrial Corridor. SIP2 aims to strengthen the logistics and transport corridor between SA’s ..
At a time when transformation is often associated with fronting, SANRAL’s zero tolerance stance on fronting and its commitment to facilitating genuine transformation serves as a sterling example – not only to other State-owned enterprises, but ..
With an economic injection of R600 million, the next phase of the N7 upgrade, from Rooidraai to Moorreesburg, holds major economic benefits for the Swartland. The scope of work entails widening the cross-section of the N7 ..
SANRAL infrastructure development includes long-term mega projects, which will improve socio-economic conditions in the Eastern Cape. Road construction projects will provide new jobs and business opportunities and boost the regional economy. Aside from the N2 Wild ..
SANRAL and Trans African Concessions (TRAC) have a long-standing partnership to maintain and improve the quality of the N4. At least 168 SMMEs have been contracted to work on N4 road rehabilitation and upgrade projects currently ..
Widening the R22 Section 5 through KwaNgwanase Town will benefit 39 targeted enterprises (TEs) and create work for up to 200 local labourers. SANRAL is committed to developing the skills of TEs, and the ..
The South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited (SANRAL) is busy with major road improvement activities in several provinces. National Road R33 SANRAL recently awarded a contract for resurfacing of National Road R33, section 6 from ..
The Department of Transport’s expenditure is expected to increase at an average yearly rate of 8.1%, from R57.3 billion in 2020/21 to R72.5 billion in 2023/24, Minister Fikile Mbalula said during the virtual debate on ..