$1 million assigned to Zimbabwe to transform the country’s main motorway into a dual carriageway

18 August 2009

Zimbabwe has recently acquired investors for creating a dual carriageway for the country’s main motorway, which runs from the frontier with Zambia in the north to the frontier with South Africa.

This investment amounts to 1 million Dollars, and will allow for this road to be developed into a dual carriageway over a length of 1000 kilometres, with the aim of improving overall safety.

The upgrading of the motorway and work on constructing the dual carriageway should start soon, thanks to the acquisition of private investors.

These investors will carry out the upgrading in stretches of 200 kilometres, each of them organizing and managing the work on the section allocated to them.<br/>

Categories: Transport

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