Did you know you can claim for vehicle damages incurred from potholes on national and municipal roads? Here’s how…
Motorists are urged to plan their trips carefully as SANRAL has released a road closure schedule for the N1 in Centurion.
People travelling from Durban to Johannesburg and vice versa need to plan their trips carefully as the N3 in Lions River will be closed.
An intricate set up of family run businesses servicing Sanral has unravelled after the Hawks charged suspects with corruption and fraud.
Fikile Mbalula gave updates on the ongoing and planned N4 Toll Route projects today.
Sanral is exploring the use of machine learning to improve road safety. Here’s why AfriForum is concerned.
Most of us travel blissfully along our national roads without giving a thought to what we see on the side of the road. Here’s something we should all be aware of.
The AA said government cannot delay its announcement on the future of e-tolls any further, as Gauteng motorists have been more than patient.
A contentious policy suggestion made by SANRAL this week has been eviscerated by the critics, with the AA now rejecting their new stance on e-tolls.
This would be beyond the pale from SANRAL: Their alleged proposals to clamp-down on non-compliant users of e-tolls have sparked outrage.
Sanral’s liquidity challenges might continue if the e-tolls impasse is not resolved according to the Auditor-general.
Conflating e-tolls with the national financing backlog merely muddies the water and masks Sanral’s own failures, OUTA says.
Have SANRAL backed themselves into a corner they can’t get out of? With the future of our E-tolls still undecided, they may have taken a big gamble here.
The N2 Wild Coast Road (N2WCR) project will create thousands of local jobs, serve as a catalyst for economic growth in the rural areas of the Eastern Cape and KZN, and unlock a treasure trove of spectacular natural diversity assets to boost the tourism economy.
Construction industry has welcomed SANRAL’S announcement which is expected to provide some relief for the struggling sector
Premier David Makhura says the Gauteng ANC wants SANRAL’s e-toll debt paid.
Non-compliance is crippling Sanral, as the calls to stop this experiment with e-tolls grow ever louder. Some of these financial figures might make you wince.
OUTA questions why the e-toll test case has been suspended.
There may be a reprieve on the way for e-tolls: OUTA have looked at the R7bn loan handed out to Sanral, and they are fuming with the details.
New intersections will be included in this contract.
Further proof that e-tolls aren’t going anyway… for now.
It’s a unique protest, for sure. Solly Msimanga is at the Sanral offices in Centurion to make his point, through the medium a bonfire and a stack of e-tolls statements.
Mboweni has effectively ordered SANRAL to reinstate its debt collection strategy.
Motorists, this one’s for you: Sanral have given up in their quest to chase historical debt from e-tolls. Funny how it’s happened in election season, hey?