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16 Nov

TRACN4 Rally honours the legends

In the world of motorsport there are many heroes, but very few legends! Legends are talented, influential and inspirational and that is why the legends of South African rallying will be honoured during in the 2020 TRACN4 Rally.

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10 Nov

Rally to accelerate socio-economic development in the eMakhazeni region

The countdown to the 2020 TRACN4 National Rally has officially begun, with only 17 days left until this exhilarating motorsport event roars around the charming Mpumalanga town of Dullstroom.

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22 Oct

TRACN4 National Rally races into Dullstroom

Dullstroom will come alive with the sound of revving engines when the country’s top rally drivers head to this renowned Mpumalanga tourist town in November, for the 2020 TRACN4 National Rally.

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09 Oct

Construction means better Moz motoring

As the concessionaire of the N4 Toll Route, Trans African Concessions (TRAC) is committed to ensuring that the route’s infrastructure is maintained and remains in excellent condition. In view of this, we regularly conduct road maintenance, rehabilitation and upgrade projects along the transborder road linking South Africa and Mozambique.

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28 Sep

N4 experiences the highest traffic count in 2020

With South Africa moving to Level One of the national coronavirus lockdown earlier this month, TRAC is pleased to announce that the N4 Toll Route experienced a significant increase in traffic over the long weekend.

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02 Sep

Roadworks in the Lowveld region are progressing well

Trans African Concessions (TRAC) is pleased to announce that two of its major roadworks projects are progressing as planned. Both the construction of the Karino Interchange and the upgrade between Kaapmuiden and Kaalrug have progressed well in the last few months despite the nationwide lockdown.

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01 Jun

TRAC announces new dates for completion of road projects

The four major rehabilitation and expansion projects on the South African side of the N4 Toll Route are back on track, in line with South Africa’s coronavirus (COVID-19) regulations for levels 3 and 4.

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29 May

TRAC brings warmth to Mpumalanga communities

The sharp drop in temperature combined with the economic challenges experienced nationally in recent weeks has left poor and vulnerable communities in crisis. With financial constraints a dime a dozen many households can’t afford winter essentials, such as blankets.

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