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Legislation

The compliance with all legislation affecting SANRAL and its business is a non-negotiable commitment by SANRAL to its stakeholders and the community in general.

 

 

The South African National Roads Agency Limited and National Roads Act

The South African National Roads Agency Limited and National Roads Act, Act 7 of 1998, the Public Finance Management Act, Act 1 of 1999, The Employment Equity Act, Act 55 of 1998, the Labour Relations Act, Act 66 of 1995, are but a few of the many Acts that guide and regulate the activities of SANRAL.

SANRAL will seek the clarification/amendment

SANRAL will seek the clarification/amendment of certain issues included in current legislation, especially those relating to the expansion of the national road network, with particular emphasis on the toll sector. This is to eliminate the various ‘grey areas’ identifi ed in legislation during the past seven years of SANRAL’s operations. In addition, SANRAL will continue to develop generic service level agreements with other road authorities such as the provincial and local authorities for synergetic performance.

This would relate to issues such as law enforcement

This would relate to issues such as law enforcement, overload control, emergency services and incident management among others. It is also necessary to develop or expand current agreements or proto- cols with other related authorities, such as Transnet, Telkom, Eskom etc.

With the forthcoming introduction of Open Road Tolling and Electronic Toll Collection in the latter half of 2010, SANRAL is currently involved in obtaining the required legislative and regulatory documentation and amendments, to ensure seamless operations, toll collection and enforcement.