Tag Archive | South African National Roads Agency (Sanral)

Phase 1 of N2 Alexandra to Bhisho Road upgrade injects R30m in SME development

More than 200 local labourers from King Williams Town have worked on a major road construction project, which is due to conclude at the end of November. Phases two and three of the roadworks are starting in mid-2018, the South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) has announced. Sanral has trained 26 CIDB grade one and […]

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Sanral subcontractor empowers the disabled

Sweeping and cleaning company, Babore Gauteng, has changed the lives of five disabled Alexandra residents who have gained full-time jobs in the company’s broom manufacturing hub. Babore Gauteng is subcontracted for routine maintenance of Gauteng freeways which are managed by the South African National Roads Agency  (Sanral). Its activities include litter picking, sweeping, clearing drains […]

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New SANRAL policy committed to moving SA

A safe and reliable road transport infrastructure is a key basis for South Africa’s efforts to accelerate economic growth and social development. But more critical to the effective transport infrastructure is no doubt, an efficient road network. Almost two decades into its establishment, the South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) has steadily grown the size […]

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Roadshows create awareness of Sanral programmes for the youth

“Financial assistance is available to high school learners and students of tertiary institutions in the Eastern Cape who are looking to pursue careers which involve maths and science.” This is the message being relayed by the South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) at their annual scholarship and bursary roadshows currently underway in the province. The […]

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