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SAA to receive R10.5-billion government bailout after all

Several struggling state-owned entities received extra funds after the medium term budget policy speech

Ace pulls diplomatic strings for Steinhoff-linked pal

If the ANC general secretary has his way, Ithala chair Roshan Morar could soon be an ambassador

World Cup review, Part III: The moguls who battled doubt

We talk to the organisers whose every waking moment was consumed by the duty of hosting a successful tournament

With 15 unqualified audits, Sanral is ready to ‘break the asphalt ceiling’

The agency aims to enable the national road network to be a catalyst for growth and socio-economic transformation.

Sanral puts out N2/N3 tenders worth billions

The first batch of contracts for the upgrading of the N2 and N3 will be put out to tender over the ensuing weeks, says Sanral.

Work on Polokwane ring road resumes

Sanral has appointed Edwin Construction to continue construction of the road.

Local towns benefit from Sanral projects

Municipalities in Mpumalanga, North West and Limpopo are significant beneficiaries of Sanral's R40 billion construction programme to upgrade roads and improve drainage.

Huguenot Tunnel upgrades under way

After 31 years of continuous and safe operation, the electrical and mechanical systems of the Huguenot Tunnel have neared their end of life, says Sanral.

Work on completion of N2 roadworks to commence soon

Roadworks on the N2 between Ballito and Stanger to start as procurement of construction tenders commences.

Taking Sanral to Chris Hani District Municipality

Nomfuneko Bojana Matshoba, owner of Mickey Mouse Trading, shared her journey with Sanral during the 'Taking Sanral to the People' stakeholder engagement session.

Learners stand to benefit from bridge-building competition

The competition forms part of a programme which promotes engineering as a career among high school learners with potential to study engineering at university.

Community development programme creates safer walkways

Pedestrian walkways were constructed on the R72 Section 3 to Section 4 between Birah River and Openshaw Village in the Eastern Cape.

Women’s consortium makes inroads after Sanral training

Yeyethu Bafazi Construction's five female members trained with Sanral and have gone on to deliver quality services and create jobs in a male-dominated industry.

Maintenance project improves road safety

The installation of guard rails in the high fills as well as the construction of the Baddafort intersection has helped to improve the safety of the R67.

Sanral receives high honour

The Sanral arch bridge on the N7 near Clanwilliam over the Olifants River in the Western Cape is this year's winner of the Fulton Award for excellence in concrete construction.

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