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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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11 May

KuPhila Clinic offers COVID-19 screening

With the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic having led to a nation-wide lockdown, Trans African Concessions is pleased to announce that its successful enterprise development project – KuPhila Medical Centre in Emakhazeni - is now offering screening for COVID-19.

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22 Apr

TRAC reaches out to community members during COVID-19

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the extended national lockdown has had a detrimental effect on vulnerable communities along the N4 Toll Route. Financial constraints and unemployment are rife, resulting in many households not even having basic food supplies.

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01 Apr

Your safety and wellness is paramount to TRAC during lockdown

The COVID-19 (Corona Virus) pandemic and 21-day national lockdown is a reality that has impacted the lives of all South Africans. While toll plazas across the country remain operational Trans African Concessions (TRAC) has imposed strict measures at its mainline and ramp plazas in an effort to protect road users as well as employees.

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27 Mar

TRAC implements action plan for national lockdown

In terms of the presidential announcement on March 23, 2020, TRAC’s Executive Management has decided on an action plan to address aspects related to the company’s facilities, the N4 Toll Route and its road users during the national lockdown. Although the COVID-19 pandemic presents significant challenges, TRAC is confident that we will overcome them in the coming weeks and months.

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20 Mar

TRAC and BCI make topping up easy

Topping up e-tags and TRAC account cards in Mozambique is now as easy as a few mouse clicks. TRAC’s MIS has integrated with BCI’s online banking platforms to enable e-tag and TRAC card holders to top up their TRAC account using any of BCI’s online banking platforms.

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09 Mar

TRAC concerned about N4 traffic due to Tchumene Interchange roadworks

​Following ongoing criticism regarding the state of the Tchumene Interchange construction site on Section 17 of the N4 Toll Route in Mozambique, Trans African Concessions (TRAC) would like to remind the public that these roadworks do not fall under our jurisdiction.

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