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Why Sanral cancelled R4bn Eastern Cape tenders

IN May, the South African National Road Agency (Sanral) announced that a "material conflict of interest" arose in the evaluation of tenders for major...

Pyloning on the progress at Msikaba Bridge project

The Msikaba Bridge project on the new N2 toll road between Port Edward and Umtata achieved an engineering milestone this month, as the legs...

N2 stop-go traffic alert

THE South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) has announced stop-go traffic controls on the N2 Section 13 between Makhanda (formerly Grahamstown) and Fish River...

Critical economic artery in EC reopens

Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula says the reopening of the R61 Tsomo junction road between Cofimvaba and Ngcobo is an excellent example of government delivering...

R3bn roads projects boost for EC SMMEs

THE South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited (SANRAL) has set aside over R3 billion to benefit local small, medium, and micro enterprises (SMMEs)...

Twin turbo boost for Wild Coast

A multi-billion-rand road project and the proposed development of a new ‘smart city’, both planned for the Wild Coast, could provide a much-needed double...

Working together to build a sustainable civils industry

A professional, ethical and knowledgeable civil engineering community is paramount in meeting South Africa’s socioeconomic development needs. That's according to Vishaal Lutchman, CEO of the...

R253m road project boon for EC town

THE South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) met with the Dordrecht business fraternity recently to discuss the economic benefits and job opportunities presented by...

Road maintenance project a safety boon for motorists, pedestrians

THE R93 million special maintenance project on the R75 from Wolwefontein to Jansenville Phase 2 in the Sarah Baartman District Municipality has been completed,...

Swiss cable car tech for Wild Coast bridge project

A temporary cableway that promises to drastically reduce the travelling time between the South and North sites of the Msikaba Bridge will soon be...

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High-temperature-resistant bearing material Hitemp 160 has been certified for contact with water up to 65ºC (150ºF). This is according to the maker, Vesconite Bearings, which...

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By Johan Potgieter, software leader: Anglophone Africa at Schneider Electric In a time when the consistent provision of water, hampered by challenges like aging infrastructure,...

Energy efficiency is key to sustainable wastewater infrastructure

With no end in sight for loadshedding, municipalities need to start engaging in energy-efficient mechanisms in their water and wastewater infrastructure. This infrastructure is one...

Videoscopes offer non-invasive diagnostics

WHILE videoscopes are commonly used in many applications, industrial inspections require a powerful, high-resolution videoscope that clearly displays the condition of internal equipment components....