MPOROKOSO PF member of parliament Brian Mundubile has questioned the price at which the roads selected under the Public Private Partnership concession agreement for the development of the western corridor trade facilitation routes will be constructed. Infrastructure, Housing and Urban Development Minister Charles Milupi recently announced that the Southern African Business Development Forum will invest over US$3 billion for the 11 roads selected under the PPP road package dubbed the Western Trade Facilitation Routes, spanning four provinces and totalling over 2000km. In an interview, Mundubile said the PF were called thieves for constructing roads at $1 million per kilometre, while in the concession agreement, targeted roads would be built at $1.8 million per kilometre. “My concern is on the price…...

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