New management for Sanral’s Eastern Region
Three professionals with extensive experience in the engineering and transport sectors have been appointed to senior leadership positions within Sanral.
Dumisani Nkabinde is the new regional manager of the Eastern Region of the South African National Roads Agency.
The new regional manager of the Eastern Region of the South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited (Sanral), which includes KwaZulu-Natal and Free State, is Dumisani Nkabinde.
He is among three accomplished professionals with extensive experience in the engineering and transport sectors who have been appointed to senior leadership positions within Sanral.
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The new manager is a professional engineer with 14 years of experience in the civil and construction sectors. He joined Sanral in 2007 as a project manager based in Pietermaritzburg and has, subsequently, been responsible for key projects in the region, which covers the provinces of KwaZulu-Natal and the Free State.
He holds a degree in civil engineering from the University of KwaZulu-Natal, a master’s degree from Stellenbosch University and many more. He served on the executive of the World Road Association and is currently part of an international committee to rewrite global standards for road and bridge construction.
Two others were appointed: Randall Cable, who is responsible for the Western Region and Progress Hlahla who is leading the agency’s Northern Region.
Skhumbuzo Macozoma, the CEO of Sanral, said the new appointments would strengthen Sanral’s senior management team and is proud that all three senior appointments were made from within the ranks of the agency, which demonstrates the success of its internal transformation and leadership development programmes.
“We are also committed to the comprehensive transformation of the construction and engineering sectors through the greater participation of black- and women-owned companies in major projects,” he said.