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Sanral is still facing e-toll hole

Political divisions have resurrected debate over whether it is fair to pay for Gauteng’s e-tolls through the fuel levy

Mboweni opposes Sanral stance on e-tolls

The finance minister has come out contradicting his ANC colleagues, saying he was unhappy about Sanral’s decision

The road to success is always under construction

Sanral is proud to be voted one of South Africa's Top Employers 2019

Sanral bears brunt of lack of government clarity on e-tolls

It has emerged that Sanral struggled to raise the R20.6-billion budgeted e-toll revenue

Talk of state spending rings hollow

Rand jitters question the state’s ability to provide an economic stimulus and to continue to bail out parastatals

SANRAL: 20 years of service

Through bursaries, scholarships and working with SMMEs, the roads agency is building a South Africa Mandela would be proud of

New SANRAL policy pushes transformation in construction and engineering sectors

Roads agency commits to maximising involvement of black South Africans in all of its processes

Whither the Mandela of the history books?

The Mandela centenary is being celebrated amidst great contestation over his legacy

Petrol, toll fees to add to consumer debt burden

The department of energy announced that petrol prices would increase 49c/l on May 2, while diesel will increase by 59c/l at most

Outa governance is ‘out of line’

Duvenage’s spending on donations and advertising without consulting his board has caused a parade of execs to leave the anti-corruption watchdog

Finally: How government plans to fund free education

Funding fee-free university education will come at a cost

Gigaba wants forensic probe into allegations into ‘governance concerns’ at PIC

Gigaba has also asked the PIC to provide a list of all the investments it has made, and their beneficiaries, to the national treasury.

​The nightmare on e-toll street: Sanral is in massive debt that is mounting rapidly

The road agency’s debt is mounting rapidly and is six times greater than it was in 2007.

W Cape could fork out 3 times more than Gauteng for etolls

A group of Democratic Alliance supporters gathered outside the Western Cape High Court earlier on Tuesday, chanting "No to Tolls".

Judicial activism can’t just flout the Constitution

An appeal court ruling shows how comparative law can go against the tenets of our democracy.

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