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Category: Roads

21 September

Waste Plastic – The Innovation Behind Building New Roads in South Africa The South African government plans on using plastic waste to build new roads that are both sustainable and durable to withstand adverse weather conditions, as well as damage caused by vehicles, primarily accidents on roads. One of South Africa’s most popular dangers on […]

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29 August

N2 Roadworks Set to Continue and be Completed by 2020 Roadworks on one of South Africa’s biggest roads, the N2, was placed on hold in Durban and is expected to commence again after several months. SANRAL (The South African National Roads Agency), expected to have roadworks between Stanger and Balito, in Kwa-Zulu Natal, completed by […]

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13 August

The Impact of SANRAL’s $2.7 Billion Investment for Reconstructing South Africa’s Infrastructure SANRAL (The South African National Roads Agency Limited), has made an exciting announcement in 2019, which states that they will issue $2.7 billion worth of tenders over the following two years. This will be done for the construction and redesigning of some of […]

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06 August

A R28-Billion Revamp for the N2 and N3 is Currently in the Works The government is currently, pouring billions of Rands into the reconstruction of roads in the country, in major cities like Cape Town, Johannesburg, and Durban, with the sole purpose to boost the economy and provide a more roadworthy experience to drivers on […]

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06 August

R40-Billion for Road Construction Tenders to Be Issued for South Africa With R40-billion designated to supplement road construction tenders, it is believed that South Africa’s construction industry is on the pathway to recovery. This is predicted as there are not one, but several construction projects, which are being funded with billions of Rands, which is […]

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02 August

The South African Construction Industry Welcomes the Country’s First Plastic Road Construction on the first-ever plastic road has commenced in South Africa in July 2019, which doesn’t only present the idea that society is finally catching up to the possibility of creating a more sustainable future for the current and generations to come, but it […]

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14 April

Cape Town’s R487-Million N1 Highway Upgrade As a local living in Cape Town, you might have noticed that the traffic on the N1 is moving slower than it’s ever moved before. Thinking about how bad the traffic has always been on the N1, even surpassing the heavy traffic in Johannesburg, South Africa, saying that it’s […]

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