Kerisha is living her childhood dream

SANRAL is influential in empowering women in construction and engineering.  At the age of 24, Kerisha Govender is one of the shining lights at the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL). She obtained a SANRAL bursary to study at University of KwaZulu-Natal and ..
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SANRAL focuses on the health of workers

Wellness programme paves the way to a happier, healthier construction industry.  The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) is as committed to the quality of life of its workers as it is to the quality of the country’s national roads.   ..
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SANRAL preserves historical structures

A 110-year-old bridge will remain in place as new structure is built alongside it.  The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) strives to preserve historical structures as far as possible, keeping with the legislation of the South African Heritage ..
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Huguenot Tunnel temporarily closed

Motorists should expect delays while travelling on the N1 between Paarl and Worcester, due to the temporary closure of the Huguenot Tunnel. The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) advises motorists to expect delays while travelling ..
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Taking road safety to schools and homes

SANRAL works with experts, education and local authorities to develop educational materials and implement programme.  Teachers and parents across the country will soon have access to innovative teaching aids that will enable them to convey vital road safety messages at ..
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Communication is key for Northern Region’s new manager

Interaction with industry players and communities a vital part of SANRAL’s Horizon 2030 strategy.  Progress Hlahla, recently appointed as the new manager of the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited’s (SANRAL) Northern Region, is looking forward to engaging with professional bodies, contractors, small- and medium ..
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