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Sanral raises millions more

Aug 04 2010 13:32

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Johannesburg - The SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral), in its seventh auction for 2010, has raised an additional R376m under its
Domestic Medium Term Note Programme carrying a full guarantee from the government.
  
In a statement on Wednesday, it said it had tapped into its HWAY20, HWAY23 and HWAY34 bonds at the mark to market spreads.
   
Including the R9.95bn raised without a guarantee, Sanral has now raised R18.6bn of bonds for the expansion and upgrade of toll roads, particularly the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project.
  
Absa Capital and Rand Merchant Bank were appointed as joint lead arrangers and market makers on Sanral's JSE listed Domestic Medium
Term Note Programme.

- Sapa
absa capital  |  rand merchant bank

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