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CESA Aon Awards creating legacies and honouring legends in the quest for engineering excellence

In a night lit with glitz and glamour the who’s who of the Built Environment, hosted by Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) and sponsored by Aon South Africa, celebrated excellence in engineering at the 2018 CESA Aon Engineering Excellence Awards – creating legacies and honouring legends. This year close to 50 submissions were received and […]

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Sanral creates employment opportunities in Malmesbury

A learnership programme set up by the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) in the Western Cape district of Malmesbury is aimed at uplifting the community and addressing youth unemployment. The project is part of the agency’s commitment to creating opportunities alongside its construction projects, to impact positively on the lives of citizens […]

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Managing Technology and Disruption shaping the future of Mobility in Africa

The Mobility Centre for Africa NPC convened the 2nd Future Mobility Roundtable on Monday November 27, 2017 at the IDC Conference Centre in Sandton. The event brought together transport and mobility experts, who shared their insights as to how South Africa and the continent should be managing the technological disruptive forces that are sweeping the […]

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Sanral kicks off consultation on transformation

More than 300 people from the construction industry, government and industry associations together with Sanral workshopped the agency’s draft transformation policy and long-term strategy during two half-day sessions in Centurion. “These sessions are the first of 30 that will take place across the country in the next eight weeks. We genuinely want to hear the views of […]

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Female entrepreneur benefits from Sanral

Monica Stemela is what Sanral is about – bringing about positive change to people, communities and businesses through the upkeep of the national road network. She is one of the products of the roads agency’s commitment to creating inclusive opportunities for emerging entrepreneurs. This is in line with the government’s emphasis on entrepreneurship and the […]

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Sanral supporting youth in Mpondoland

The South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) community development and community access construction roads project – a spin-off programme in support of the N2WCTR – is busy stimulating new construction start-up companies in Mpondoland. It is giving emergent youth business owners a springboard through skills development and guaranteed employment opportunities. The initiative is slowly transforming […]

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Sanral appoints transformation manager

The South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) announced today that it has appointed Ismail Essa as Sanral’s Transformation Manager to report directly to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). His appointment will take effect from 1 April 2017. Announcing the appointment, Sanral CEO Skhumbuzo Macozoma said: “The time to bolster government’s economic transformation priorities is now. […]

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SANRAL invests R30-million in SU for continued education in pavement engineering

In a symbolic ceremony at the Geotechnical and Transportation Division hosted within the University of Stellenbosch’s Department of Civil Engineering, the South African National Roads Agency SOC Ltd (SANRAL) announced a R30-million endowment to Stellenbosch University which will continue to fund the SANRAL Chair in Pavement Engineering at the University. Established in 2001 with the […]

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Investment in road infrastructure key to SA’s development

By Nthambeleni Gabara Pretoria – South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) boss Nazir Alli says it is important for the country to keep investing in the upgrading and maintenance of its road infrastructure to pave the way for economic growth and development. “… In future, we will be travelling on safe and well-upgraded roads… […]

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