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The M4 Tongaat River bridge to Zimbali opens today

Halala! The M4 Tongaat River bridge to Zimbali opens today

  • 14-12-2023
  • East Coast Radio Website

Is the M4 northbound route open?

Finally we can drive on KZN’s M4 Tongaat River Bridge!

After extensive flood damage rendered the M4 near Ballito inaccessible, SANRAL has been working since April ...

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An oversight visit to KwaMashu’s C Section to inspect progress made to road and sewer infrastructure reconstruction was held.

500 city road and sewer infrastructure projects planned

  • 14-12-2023
  • Rising Sun Chatsworth

The assessment follows the National Treasury approval of the rollover of the Municipal Disaster Grant of R1, 6 billion, which is set to impact service delivery projects.

eThekwini mayor, Cllr Mxolisi Kaunda has commended the significant ...

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South African Government

Minister Patricia de Lille Mdluli Community Infrastructure Project in Kruger National Park progressing well

  • 14-12-2023
  • South African Government News Agency

Mdluli Community Infrastructure Project in Kruger National Park progressing well

As part of my oversight duties, yesterday I visited the Mdluli Community infrastructure Project near Numbi gate in the Kruger National Park to look at the s...

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Sanral is fixing the road signs and barriers near the Gwaiing bridge construction site on the N2 after the paper alerted them to the concerns of a road user about compromised road safety.

Diversion at Gwaiing bridge made safer

  • 14-12-2023
  • George Herald

Sanral said it took note of the concerns and that its routine road maintenance contractor is currently clearing build-up on the median barriers.

GEORGE NEWS - The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) on Tuesday 12 Decembe...

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 The length of the soon-to-start highway upgrades.

Upcoming N2 upgrades to improve economy

  • 13-12-2023
  • South Coast Sun

Upgrades to the N2 and N3 carriageways will ease traffic congestion and increase safety on the roads.

THE N2-north carriageway is soon going to be a hive of activity as the South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) has announced upgra...

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South African Government

Western Cape Infrastructure on reopening of Clarence Drive

  • 13-12-2023
  • Western Cape Government

Clarence drive reopening for one-way traffic

Clarence Drive is set to reopen today, 11 December 2023. While the road will be opened as soon as it is safe, road users are urged to plan and delay trips till late afternoon to allow teams to...

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Major plans are afoot for an expansion project that could see Cape Town with a second airport by 2027.

Cape Town could get a second airport if plans are approved

  • 13-12-2023
  • Eyewitnessnews

Cape Winelands Airport general manager Mark Wilkinson said the new airport will be a closer backup to Cape Town International Airport. An environmental assessment is currently underway.

CAPE TOWN - Cape Town could soon have a second airp...

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Arterial Industrial Estate

First units snapped at Growthpoint’s Arterial Industrial Estate development in Blackheath

  • 13-12-2023
  • Cbn

Growthpoint Properties (JSE: GRT) has let the first two of six units in phase one of its new Arterial Industrial Estate development in Cape Town to Jotun, one of the world’s leading paints and coatings manufacturers.

Arterial Indus...

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Construction of a new temporary police station in Makhaza, Khayelitsha is to be completed before the end of the year. This comes nearly 20 years after the site was first identified and the need for another station was expressed by the community.

Nearly two decades later, Makhaza police station is finally set to open soon

  • 12-12-2023
  • Ground Up

Meanwhile the community is being serviced by a 24-hour patrol and a mobile unit

  • Makhaza residents in Khayelitsha will finally be getting a police station on the site identified nearly 20 years ago.
  • Police say the stati...

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Contermanskloof Reservoir

New reservoir contributes to water security for Cape Town

  • 12-12-2023
  • R News

The Cape Town City Council has invested more than R250 million in the Contermanskloof reservoir, with a capacity of 100 megalitres.

“This supports the city council’s commitment to ensure water supply to its residents by incre...

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