Upgrades to the N2 between Grahamstown and the Fish River Pass are progressing well as the second phase of the R980 million road infrastructure upgrade project continues.
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The STEM project is the result of a partnership formed in 2010 between SANRAL and the NMU School of Engineering, in response to poor matric results – particularly in Science and Mathematics.
THE tender for the much anticipated Mtentu bridge, which forms part of the N2 Wild Coast road (N2WC) project has been awarded, the South African National Roads Agency SOC Ltd (SANRAL) announced today.
The implementation of road safety measures and rehabilitation of the National Route R75 Section 1, which constitutes 13 kilometres, will create work for a minimum of 37 local SMMEs between 1CE PE and 6 CE PE CIDB grading within the Nelson Mandela Bay.
Virtual and augmented reality used to explore the Eastern Cape’s R3,5 Billion N2WCTR project.
SANRAL’s Training Academy affords young graduates the opportunity to participate in a structured training programme under the supervision of experienced professional civil engineers.
SANRAL announces R 1,6 billion investment in road network in Sarah Baartman District Municipality and Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality for the 2017/18 financial year.
SANRAL announces R120-million programme that forms part of the small business support strategies to optimise local economic development through the N2 Wild Coast Toll Road.
- N2 upgrade between Grahamstown and Fish River Pass underway
- Learners graduate from SANRAL and NMU maths and science programme
- SANRAL awards N2 Wild Coast Bridge Tender
- SANRAL’s R75 project to create opportunities for SMMEs
- Virtual reality used to explore R3,5 Billion N2WCTR project
- SANRAL providing crucial training for engineering graduates
- SANRAL announces R 1,6 billion investment in road network
- SANRAL rolls out R120-million towards Community Development and SMME Training