south african national roads agency limited (sanral)

  1. Jan

    Why fixing sinkholes can cost millions and take months

    Fixing sinkholes in South Africa — why it can take months and cost millions Sinkholes like the one that formed right next to the N1 in Centurion in February are becoming increasingly common in South Africa. That is according to the Council for Geosciences, which is working with the South...
  2. Jan

    Sanral closing lanes near Botha Avenue N1 sinkhole - here's the schedule

    N1 sinkhole lane closures — what to expect in the next week The South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) has advised motorists of southbound lane closures near the giant sinkhole next to the N1 freeway in the coming week. The sinkhole appeared in January between the Botha Avenue and R21...
  3. Jan

    Sanral hiking toll prices next week

    Toll price hikes for South Africa — how much more you will pay The South African National Roads Agency's (Sanral) toll tariff increases, which will take effect from 1 March 2022, have been published. Sanral's tariffs are adjusted annually and are determined based on the Consumer Price Index...
  4. Jan

    Only 5% more e-toll users must stop paying, then government will scrap it - Outa

    Stop paying e-tolls and government must scrap them — Outa Outa CEO Wayne Duvenage believes if just another 5% of e-toll users stopped paying their bills, the government would be forced to finally scrap the system.
  5. Jan

    South African toll roads operated at a net loss of R529 million

    South African toll roads make R529 million loss The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) reported that between 1 April 2020 and 31 March 2021, toll roads in South Africa made a R529 million loss. Revenues from its Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project (GFIP), better known as...
  6. Jan

    Toll fees along popular routes compared - how much motorists will pay to go away this long weekend

    How much you will pay in toll fees to go away this long weekend Many South Africans using the country's major highways on their way to holiday destinations or family getaways this long weekend will be paying hefty toll fees. Long weekends and holidays in South Africa typically see thousands of...
  7. Kevin Lancaster

    Why not also nail former top cop and Telkom CEO?

    Why not also nail former top cop and Telkom CEO? — JPSA Justice Project South Africa has asked why connected individuals aren’t receiving the same attention as an alleged “e-toll dodger”
  8. Kevin Lancaster

    Not paying e-tolls is the right thing to do: Outa

    Not paying e-tolls is the right thing to do: Outa The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance has rejected the e-toll review panel’s stance on civil disobedience
  9. Kevin Lancaster

    Why e-toll shops are closing

    Why e-toll shops are closing down E-toll outlets around Gauteng are shutting their doors – here’s why
  10. Kevin Lancaster

    E-toll prosecutions smoke and mirrors: JPSA

    E-toll prosecutions smoke and mirrors: JPSA “It would appear that Sanral doesn’t much care what happens to the economy of South Africa,” Justice Project South Africa has said
  11. Kevin Lancaster

    E-toll price ads still misleading

    E-toll price ads remain misleading: ASA Sanral has tried to substantiate earlier claims made in advertisements, but the Advertising Standards Authority remains unconvinced
  12. Kevin Lancaster

    Sanral chair's resignation not a shock: Outa

    Sanral chair resignation unsurprising: Outa The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance has responded to the resignation of the Sanral chairperson
  13. Jan

    Media hackers caused E-toll billing problems: Minister

    Media hackers behind E-toll billing problems: Minister South Africa’s Minister of Transport has accused “some media houses” of hacking the E-toll website and blamed the hacks as part of the reason for the billing problems reported.
  14. Kevin Lancaster

    Blue light e-toll vehicles are legal, say Sanral

    E-toll branded blue light vehicles legal: Sanral Sanral has argued that the use of blue lights on its traffic control vehicles is completely legal
  15. jes

    E-toll numbers revelations shock (once again): JPSA

    Startling E-toll revelations: JPSA SANRAL spokesperson Vusi Mona has for the first time revealed facts and figures surrounding E-tolls, JPSA said
  16. Jan

    E-tolls will enhance economic growth: Deputy President

    E-tolls will boost economy: Deputy President Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project will lead to "enhanced economic growth", according to South Africa's Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe.
  17. Jan

    R544 million unpaid E-tolls at VPC: Minister

    R544 million E-tolls unpaid Transport Minister Dipuo Peters said she is told that just under R544-million in unpaid E-tolls has been transferred to Sanral's violations processing centre.
  18. jes

    Another E-toll website security flaw uncovered

    New E-toll website security flaw uncovered Another security flaw has been uncovered on Sanral’s E-toll website that lets a “hacker” see the outstanding balance on any vehicle
  19. jes

    E-toll security hole: don’t shoot the messenger

    E-toll security hole: don’t shoot the messenger Threatening legal action against people who discover and disclose security vulnerabilities is not helpful, according to an information security professional
  20. jes

    No road upgrades, no e-tolls: Sanral

    No upgrades, no e-tolls: Sanral Roads that have not been upgraded are not tolled, according to Sanral
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