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Sanral, SAWIC engage on advancing interests of women in construction sector
Sanral, SAWIC engage on advancing interests of women in construction sectorArticle

Held at its regional office in Baywest, Port Elizabeth, Sanral recently hosted a roundtable discussion with the South African Women in Construction to deliberate on how the roads agency can further advance interests of women in the construction industry...

12 Jun 2019

Huguenot Tunnel to get an upgrade
Huguenot Tunnel to get an upgradeArticle

SANRAL has put together an operations plan for the much-needed upgrades to the Huguenot Tunnel, starting in September 2019...

10 Jun 2019

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#OrchidsandOnions: Sanral ad pothole-freeArticle

Peugeot's clichéd and silly La Belle France-type ads are only Onion-worthy...

Brendan Seery 3 Jun 2019

Pilot Crushtec, Sanral sign MoU to promote transformation in SA
Pilot Crushtec, Sanral sign MoU to promote transformation in SAArticle

While the continuous expansion and maintenance of South Africa's road network generates billions in revenue and employs tens of thousands of individuals, barriers to entry for newcomers are restrictive...

12 Apr 2019

Construction mafia derailing projects worth billions
Construction mafia derailing projects worth billionsArticle

Yunus Bayat, a member of the Association of South African Quantity Surveyors (ASAQS), has called on the National Prosecuting Authority and local police services to intervene in what he describes as construction mafia and gang-related activities on construction project sites...

25 Mar 2019

#BestofBiz 2018: Construction & Engineering
#BestofBiz 2018: Construction & EngineeringArticle

We've compiled our annual #BestofBiz 2018 lists across all our industries featuring our most popular articles, most-read contributors and brand press offices with the most views...

14 Dec 2018

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#OrchidsandOnions: Thank you... for giving lifeArticle

Misleading advertising will always get an Onion - and so will you, e-toll collecting agency ETC, for your dishonest and threatening campaign...

Brendan Seery 11 Dec 2018

HOV lanes might buy Sanral some time
HOV lanes might buy Sanral some timeArticle

By 2037, motorists travelling between Johannesburg and Pretoria should prepare themselves for a six-hour trip.

Vincent Raseroka 4 Dec 2018

ETC predicts road congestion to be at an all-time high by 2037
ETC predicts road congestion to be at an all-time high by 2037Article

Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) provided interesting insights and facts in relation to the role of technology in combating traffic congestion, the future state of roads...

5 Nov 2018

Transport legislation author urges transport companies to prepare for AARTO
Transport legislation author urges transport companies to prepare for AARTOArticle

October is Transport Month - a fitting time to prepare for updates to legislation that will impact the lives of all drivers and transport company owners and operators...

Issued by LexisNexis 23 Oct 2018

N2/M41 interchange to connect communities and improve lives
N2/M41 interchange to connect communities and improve livesArticle

Roads are the hallmark of a progressive society and have profound impacts on the communities they serve...

4 Oct 2018

Roads are part of our heritage
Roads are part of our heritageArticle

Enjoying a holiday this Heritage Month is not just arriving at the destination, but also getting there...

25 Sep 2018

Intelligent Transport System makes a difference
Intelligent Transport System makes a differenceArticle

Responding to incidents promptly on freeways can save lives...

14 Sep 2018

What the construction sector's dire state of affairs means for companies and the economy
What the construction sector's dire state of affairs means for companies and the economyArticle

The recent suspension of the shares of two South African construction companies, after they filed for business rescue, is a reflection of the distressed state of the country's construction sector...

Clive Rumsey 30 Aug 2018

A South African's guide to moving to and making it in Malta: How to steal a million
A South African's guide to moving to and making it in Malta: How to steal a millionArticle

Tender fraud and corruption are probably endemic throughout the world but a case has recently been unearthed in Malta that is so diabolically clever, so deviously contrived that it makes the various SAA, SABC, SANRAL and other cadre-deployment shenanigans seem blunt and clunky in comparison...

Marcus 'The Maltese Falcon' Brewster 23 Aug 2018

Passionate staff and clients power e-Logics past first decadeArticle

e-Logics has achieved average growth of 60% in annual revenue and a 641% increase in staff complement over its first decade in business. Milestones include securing its first contract in Africa (2006), USA-based e-Logics Inc. launch (2009) and IMPERIAL Logistics becoming a 51% shareholding in the company (2010).

Issued by Imperial Logistics 21 Aug 2018

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City of Cape Town tackles congestion issue with more roadsArticle

The City of Cape Town is in the process of constructing six more roads as part of its Congestion Management Programme...

14 Jun 2018

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#OrchidsandOnions: Sanral bravely tackles the long road back from reputation damage...Article

As far as government agencies or parastatals that we "love to hate" go, the SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) is right up there with Eskom...

Brendan Seery 5 Jun 2018

Wild Coast toll road: new court battle looms
Wild Coast toll road: new court battle loomsArticle

The SA National Roads Agency (SANRAL) has promised to respond by the end of the month to a legal challenge to the controversial R9bn N2 Wild Coast Toll Road from East London to Durban...

Thembela Ntongana 10 Apr 2018

Activate Architecture looks back at its past 20 years
Activate Architecture looks back at its past 20 yearsGallery

Activate Architecture recently celebrated 20 years since it first started operating on 3 January 1998. Some of the firm's highlights over the past 20 years include commissions for the original Moyo at Melrose Arch and the Forum Homini Hotel in the Cradle of Humankind. Other highlights include the Lebone II College for the Royal Bafokeng Community in Rustenburg and the SANRAL Corporate Head Office in Tshwane, which were completed in 2010 and 2012 respectively.

1 Mar 2018

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#OrchidsandOnions: Real appeal for real people is how Kia's Sportage rolls... but who let Sanral's strange Valentine's Day road map out in public?Article

Advertising has sometimes been described as the art of enticing people into buying things they don't need and they can't afford. In the car business, especially, it is often dreams which are being sold... sadly, those sort of dreams which can get people into big financial trouble eventually...

Brendan Seery 20 Feb 2018

Critical issues from final Construction Sector Code
Critical issues from final Construction Sector CodeArticle

The final Construction Sector Code was finally gazetted in December 2017 - notably just two weeks before the builder industry's holiday... but at least better than the repeal of the old one just days before the financial year-end of most companies in 2016...

Deon Oberholzer 6 Feb 2018

Sanral offering bursary opportunities to study civil engineering
Sanral offering bursary opportunities to study civil engineeringArticle

As one of the oldest professions in the world, civil engineering uses design to improve the lives of communities and contributes to the well-being of the economy...

15 Jan 2018

Sanral makes travelling easier for tag holders
Sanral makes travelling easier for tag holdersArticle

The South African Roads Agency (Sanral) has released a list of conventional toll plazas where tags are accepted for electronic payment...

22 Dec 2017

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Sanral funding model to be discussed amid e-toll resistanceArticle

Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi is due to discuss the viability of the South African National Road Agency's (Sanral's) funding model with cabinet following resistance to electronic tolls (e-tolls)...

9 Nov 2017

Seminar on road tunnels in low and medium income countries
Seminar on road tunnels in low and medium income countriesArticle

The bi-annual seminar on 'road tunnels in low and medium income countries' co-hosted by Sanral and PIARC will take place from 18-20 October 2017...

17 Oct 2017

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N2 upgrade near Grahamstown making progressArticle

Sanral has announced that its six to seven-year project of upgrading the N2 between Grahamstown and the Fish River Pass is progressing well...

13 Oct 2017

Sanral accused of digging holes in transformation road
Sanral accused of digging holes in transformation roadArticle

Political ructions shaking the ANC are showing up as cracks in the country's infrastructure...

Mark Allix 9 Oct 2017

Aveng woes keep mounting as CEO resigns
Aveng woes keep mounting as CEO resignsArticle

Aveng is a company on life support, with the group reporting a crippling R6.7bn headline loss for the year to June, as well as the exit of its CEO...

Alistair Anderson 27 Sep 2017

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We won't scrap e-tolls - SanralArticle

Scrapping e-tolls is not on the table, the South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) said earlier this week...

15 Sep 2017

The dangers of being a defender of environmental justice in South Africa
The dangers of being a defender of environmental justice in South AfricaArticle

The fifth anniversary of the Marikana mine massacre on 16 August 2017 serves as a stark reminder...

Kirsten Youens 25 Aug 2017

N2 project to make travelling easier
N2 project to make travelling easierArticle

The N2 Wild Coast project will improve mobility and connectivity between provinces and towns, says Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi...

21 Aug 2017

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Roads set to boost intra-regional trade in AfricaArticle

The initial free trade agreement between 26 Africans countries was recently signed in Uganda. Transport infrastructure will be a vital ingredient in this agreement...

31 Jul 2017

Bridge building competition helps develop interest in engineering careers
Bridge building competition helps develop interest in engineering careersArticle

The third annual South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) Bridge Building Competition took place during the July school holidays in Port Elizabeth...

28 Jul 2017

FMF questions NHI financing model
FMF questions NHI financing modelArticle

The latest iteration of the NHI is no closer to defining what the scheme will cost ...

20 Jul 2017

Award-winning innovation on the Van Zyl Spruit Bridge
Award-winning innovation on the Van Zyl Spruit BridgeArticle

Sarah Skorpen, a senior lecturer in civil engineering at the University of Pretoria, was the joint winner of the Innovation in Concrete category at the Fulton Awards 2017 for her work on the Van Zyl Spruit Bridge...

Issued by Enterprises University of Pretoria 18 Jul 2017

N2WCTR to create up to 55,000 jobs in the Eastern Cape
N2WCTR to create up to 55,000 jobs in the Eastern CapeArticle

New job creation is virtually unattainable without decent transportation infrastructure and good mobility networks...

Craig McLachlan 11 Jul 2017

What your e-toll money is mostly paying for
What your e-toll money is mostly paying forArticle

According to the Organisation for Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA), almost three-quarters of e-toll income is heading out the country and into the pockets of the toll collection company...

Megan Ellis 3 Jul 2017

2017 Eco-Logic Awards winners announced
2017 Eco-Logic Awards winners announcedArticle

The Eco-Logic Awards 2017, hosted by The Enviropaedia, took place at the CSIR in Tshwane on Wednesday, 14 June, honouring individuals and organisations who are contributing to a sustainable future...

19 Jun 2017

Foreign firm pockets 74% of motorists e-toll money
Foreign firm pockets 74% of motorists e-toll moneyArticle

Austrian company Electronic Toll Collection has pocketed 74% of the money collected from motorists since the inception of e-tolls, according to the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse...

13 Jun 2017

Sanral boosts development of emerging contractors
Sanral boosts development of emerging contractorsArticle

A group of 11 SMMEs from Lusikisiki enrolled in the Sanral community and training development programme for the N2 Wild Coast Toll Road recently attended a business training programme at Mamlambo Construction...

5 Jun 2017

Can you be criminally charged for not paying your e-tolls?
Can you be criminally charged for not paying your e-tolls?Article

Does an e-toll debt prescribe and could non-payment of the debt result in criminal prosecution? This is of concern to the estimated 3-million drivers who have defaulted on e-toll payments...

Anja van Wijk and Chantelle Gladwin-Wood 1 Jun 2017

Ethics main topic at Nelson Mandela Bay Leadership Summit
Ethics main topic at Nelson Mandela Bay Leadership SummitArticle

The fourth annual Nelson Mandela Bay Leadership Summit, taking place in Port Elizabeth on 28 June 2017 will focus on ethics, as its theme...

25 May 2017

Sanral pushes on with Wild Coast upgrades
Sanral pushes on with Wild Coast upgradesArticle

The South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) is to award R3.1bn in tenders for two megabridges in the Eastern Cape in the next two months...

Karl Gernetzky 25 May 2017

Gauteng growth dependent on quality of road infrastructure
Gauteng growth dependent on quality of road infrastructureArticle

The successful delivery of mega housing projects and substantial investments in tourism as the engine room for growth in Gauteng will be largely dependent on the quality of the province's road infrastructure...

Chris Hlabisa 15 May 2017

Auditor-general takes dim view of transport entities
Auditor-general takes dim view of transport entitiesArticle

Auditor-general Kimi Makwetu's office has presented a damning picture of Department of Transport entities including the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral)...

5 May 2017

SANRAL Training Academy offers crucial engineering experience
SANRAL Training Academy offers crucial engineering experienceArticle

SANRAL provides crucial training to engineering graduates at its Training Academy in Port Elizabeth, where it assists graduates to gain experience in key training areas...

5 May 2017

Preventative maintenance can prevent ‘that sinking feeling'
Preventative maintenance can prevent ‘that sinking feeling'Article

Potholes are the bane of many motorists who take to roads across South Africa. The persistent rains in recent months across large parts of the northern provinces have again led to frustration...

Louw Kannemeyer 6 Apr 2017

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