SANRAL’s priority is to ensure there is a viable primary road network in place that can serve as a catalyst for economic growth and development. Our mandate as the national road’s agency is to finance, improve, manage and maintain South ..
Themba Mhambi, Chairman of the SANRAL Board, believes the national road network will continue to be the catalyst for growth and socio-economic transformation. In our long-term strategy – Horizon 2030 – we identify one of SANRAL’s greatest ..
SANRAL is a state-owned agency responsible for the planning, design, construction and maintenance of the national road network. Five factors influence the performance of a pavement (road surface): TRAFFIC: Traffic is the most important factor influencing ..
SANRAL’s approach to its business is always to take the needs of communities into account. When we build roads, we also build communities. We do this for those who live close to our roads, but also ..
“Roads tell a story of who we are, where come from as a country … and speak to our future.” Enjoying a holiday this Heritage Month has not just been about arriving at the destination, but ..
SANRAL does not only build some of the best roads in the world, it is proud of its long-standing tradition of doing so much more – education, skills transfer, assisting SMMEs, investing in communities and road ..
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 ..
The N7 is a major economic artery that connects the Western Cape with the Northern Cape along the west coast. SANRAL is in the process of upgrading vast stretches of this major economic artery. Derek Wilson ..
SANRAL prides itself in its involvement in helping grow small businesses and employment, especially among the youth. The SANRAL incubator programme recruits and trains young graduates to help the youth realise their entrepreneurial potential and increase ..
In the often heated debate about a funding model for the Gauteng freeway system there is at least one issue on which all sides agree: there is a need for a world-class, well-maintained, national and provincial ..