SANRAL board and Minister Mbalula to detail progress made following cancellation of tenders in May

29 June 2022 | From Arrive Alive

The Minister of Transport, Mr. Fikile Mbalula will join the Board of the South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited (SANRAL) as it gives an update on progress made following the cancellation of some SANRAL tenders amounting to R17.473 billion.

In May, the Board indicated that these tenders were canceled due to non-compliance with a Board resolution and lapses that were identified in the procurement process. The Board also indicated that the canceled tenders will be re-advertised and another public entity approached to handle the tendering process.

The media briefing will address progress made since the announcement of the disapproval to award as well as measures to be followed to ensure that the process is completed within the projected timelines.
The details of the media briefing are as follows:

Date: Thursday 30 June 2022
Venue: SANRAL Central Operations Centre (COC), 36 Asseggai Wood Street, Rooihuiskraal Ext 39, Centurion, 0157
Time: 10h00

Members of the media attending the event are requested to confirm their attendance with Mr Esethu Hasane on 071 259 2442 or
Sam Monareng on 073 491 3382 or

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