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 ..
SANRAL roads are funded in three ways – an annual budget allocation from the Treasury, public-private partnerships and the issuance of bonds and loans. It is important to note that there is not enough money in ..
The Centre of Science and Technology (COSAT) model of school represents a ‘pocket of excellence’ which should be replicated in disadvantaged communities throughout South Africa. The school was established in 1999 in order to bridge the ..
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 ..
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 ..
Engineering appeared as an attractive profession for Sasheen Rajkumar who always enjoyed maths and science as a scholar. He believes engineering provides “complex and extraordinary design and construction problems, ultimately challenging the engineer technically, practically and ..
SANRAL is aware of its duty to help reduce its carbon footprint.
Changes to the Gauteng e-toll system will reduce the cost of travel on commuters but will also ensure that the province’s world-class highway network is funded and adequately maintained in the future.
Nazir Alli Everybody agrees – roads are vital. However, building and maintaining them require funding. At this point, disagreement starts. Must they be funded by those using them, or by everyone whether they use them or ..