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Sanral toll tariff adjustment effective 1 march 2021

Toll tariffs on South Africa’s national roads will be adjusted on 1 March 2021. Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula approved the 2021 toll tariffs as recommended by the South African National Roads Agency...

One of South Africa’s busiest and most dangerous traffic routes is getting an upgrade

Construction will soon start on a rehabilitation project for Van Reenen’s Pass, which is one of the busiest routes in the country, being on the N3 highway that connects Johannesburg and...

Here is who got Sanral’s R1.65bn bridge tender

The state roads agency says the 580-metre bridge will be built near Lusikisiki over the Msikaba gorge.  The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) announced on Thursday the awarding of...

Constitutional court rules against SANRAL’s plans

The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry has welcomed the Constitutional Court judgement that puts an end to SANRAL’s plans to build the N1 and N2 toll roads within the municipal...

SANRAL engineering project saves Uitenhage Industrial Zone from power black-outs

The completion of an R80m slope stabilisation engineering project in Nelson Mandela Bay has saved Africa’s automotive manufacturing capital from power black-outs, the South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) announced...


Cape Town/Stockholm Connect launches

The Silicon Cape Initiative, in partnership with Wesgro, the City of Cape Town, Invest Cape Town, The Loudhailer, Business Sweden and the Embassy of...