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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

#BudgetSpeech2019: Fuel levies up, focus on improving non-toll roads
#BudgetSpeech2019: Fuel levies up, focus on improving non-toll roadsArticle

During the 2019 Budget Speech, it was announced there will be an increase to fuel levies and that the South African National Roads Agency is allocated an additional R3.5bn over the next three years to improve non-toll roads...

20 Feb 2019

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

Top Employers Institute releases the coveted list of Africa's Top Employers 2019
Top Employers Institute releases the coveted list of Africa's Top Employers 2019Article

Top Employers Institute, a global organisation dedicated to enriching the world of work, and connecting Top Employers throughout the world, has just announced Africa's Top Employers for 2019...

Issued by Top Employers Institute 8 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

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

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 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

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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

Opacity over construction pact is risky
Opacity over construction pact is riskyArticle

There has been no full public disclosure by the Department of Economic Development and seven JSE-listed construction and engineering groups over their signing of a voluntary transformation agreement...

Mark Allix 13 Sep 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

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

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

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

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

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No new e-tolls for Gauteng roadsArticle

Gauteng premier David Makhura on Monday assured citizens that any new roads built in the province would not have e-tolls...

Genevieve Quintal 21 Feb 2017

Hunting for top STEM talent
Hunting for top STEM talentArticle

SANRAL, in partnership with NMMU, launched the SANRAL Physical Science School and Educator of 2017 Competition on Wednesday, 1 February 2017...

3 Feb 2017

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Sanral girds for legal battle with motoristsArticle

Sanral has prepared 6,286 summonses in a bid to recover R6.2bn in outstanding e-toll debt from Gauteng motorists and is gearing up for its legal fight with Outa over an e-toll test case...

Karl Gernetzky 24 Jan 2017

This is how badly e-tolls have failed
This is how badly e-tolls have failedArticle

Three years after Gauteng's e-toll scheme was launched, the operation has failed to live up to its originally planned expectations...

Jessica Woodruff 23 Dec 2016

Macozoma plans 'balanced funding portfolio' for road upgrades
Macozoma plans 'balanced funding portfolio' for road upgradesArticle

The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) plans to achieve a "balanced funding portfolio with fuel tax-based revenue and toll income"...

Linda Ensor 22 Dec 2016

New R226m road resurfacing project on R67
New R226m road resurfacing project on R67Article

The South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) is to undertake a R226m road resurfacing project between Grahamstown and Fort Beaufort...

19 Dec 2016

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Road death figures faulty, say criticsArticle

While the government says its road safety strategies are having an impact on road deaths, critics say the human and economic toll is far higher than reported...

Karl Gernetzky 6 Dec 2016

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Sanral sent packing for 'unprepared' parliamentary presentationArticle

Parliament's watchdog overseeing the spending of taxpayers' money sent Sanral packing for failing to produce information it had requested about the irregular expenditure of more than R1bn...

17 Nov 2016

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Swartkopfontein Bridge officially openedArticle

Transport Minister Dipuo Peters has officially opened Swartkopfontein Bridge, which will make the movement of citizens between South Africa and Botswana easier as well as strengthen economic ties between the two countries...

8 Nov 2016

SA needs safer transport solutions
SA needs safer transport solutionsArticle

Increasing urbanisation means South Africa's roads are being stretched to capacity, compelling the country to consider viable options for safer and sustainable passenger and freight transport...

Willem Sprong, Charl Swanepoel 28 Oct 2016

Construction settlement pact leaves BEE waters murky
Construction settlement pact leaves BEE waters murkyArticle

Far from making things clearer, the government's so-called settlement agreement with seven major construction groups has further muddied the waters with regard to its proposed R4tn infrastructure spending programme over 15 years.

Mark Allix 28 Oct 2016

Transparency is a business imperative, as record number of Top Employers Certified
Transparency is a business imperative, as record number of Top Employers CertifiedArticle

South Africa can hold its head high, as a record number of organisations achieved the prestigious Top Employers Certification this year...

Issued by Top Employers Institute 19 Oct 2016

SANRAL hosts tender training workshops
SANRAL hosts tender training workshopsArticle

The South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) is hosting tender training workshops to help SMMEs create sustainable enterprises...

30 Sep 2016

Court ends Sanral toll plans in Cape
Court ends Sanral toll plans in CapeArticle

A Supreme Court of Appeal ruling which invalidated the Sanral's plans to toll the N1 and N2 in the Western Cape, has added to the agency's tolling woes...

Bekezela Phakathi 23 Sep 2016

SANRAL cleans up N2
SANRAL cleans up N2Article

SANRAL used awareness around the clean-up and recycling initiatives in support of National Clean-Up and Recycle Week to highlight the work it does as part of its Routine Road Maintenance operations...

21 Sep 2016

SANRAL to introduce new asphalt design mix
SANRAL to introduce new asphalt design mixArticle

The South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) is adopting two new road materials engineering specifications for the construction of the national road network and other roads under its jurisdiction...

19 Sep 2016

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Mashaba takes aim at e-tolls, cadres and cycle lanesArticle

Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba has promised motorists they can stop looking over their shoulders over e-toll payments...

Penelope Mashego and Penwell Dlamini 14 Sep 2016

Kobus van der Walt, Regional Manager, SANRAL WR and Prof de Villiers, SU Rector and Vice-Chancellor
SANRAL invests R30-million in SU for continued education in pavement engineeringArticle

SANRAL announced a R30-million endowment to Stellenbosch University which will continue to fund the SANRAL Chair in Pavement Engineering at the University...

23 Aug 2016

Sanral appeals Winelands toll plan ruling
Sanral appeals Winelands toll plan rulingArticle

The South African National Roads Agency Limited appealed a judgment over the right to toll the N1 and the N2 highways at the Supreme Court of Appeal...

17 Aug 2016

Sanral fails to find successor to CEO Alli
Sanral fails to find successor to CEO AlliArticle

Sanral's failure to "find a suitable candidate" will see CEO Nazir Alli stay on for another three months after the parastatal extended his contract....

Andiswa Maqutu 5 Jul 2016

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Sanral sees strong return to marketArticle

The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral), which returned to the bond market on Wednesday after cancelling two prior auctions, says it will

Andiswa Maqutu 10 Jun 2016

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Eastern Cape quarry project requires R200m investmentArticle

The ECDC is looking for another R200m from private or public sector investors to move forward with an aggregate quarry near Queenstown...

24 May 2016

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Second Sanral bond auction cancelledArticle

Sanral has cancelled a second bond auction this year, to wait for an "improvement in market conditions" and the conclusion of the review by rating's agency Moody's...

Andiswa Maqutu 12 May 2016

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Sanral claims R760m from colluding firmsArticle

The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) is claiming up to R760m in damages and overcharges from seven construction firms that colluded on projects...

Andiswa Maqutu 10 May 2016

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Gauteng looking to establish 'centre for transport excellence'Article

The Gauteng provincial government is looking to establish a "centre for transport excellence" in Tshwane similar to those in Singapore and Dubai...

Andiswa Maqutu 19 Apr 2016

SANRAL opens new materials laboratory in PE
SANRAL opens new materials laboratory in PEArticle

The South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) has opened a new engineering materials laboratory that will see road materials from across the Eastern Cape now tested in Port Elizabeth...

30 Mar 2016

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DA urges government to sell SAAArticle

The Democratic Alliance (DA) has urged the government to embark on the total privatisation of loss-making state-owned enterprises, starting with South African Airways...

Linda Ensor 16 Mar 2016

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Sanral overpaid for roads by 321%, says OutaArticle

Had Sanral not overpaid for the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project (GFIP) by nearly R11bn, the e-tolling system "would never have happened"...

23 Feb 2016

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