Zimbabwe road project gets all-clear | Infrastructure news

A 40km road construction project in the Wedza District of Zimbabwe has been given the go-ahead.

This as the Zimbabwe government accelerates the Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Socio-Economic Transformation (Zim Asset). At an estimated cost of $22 million, the project will see 80% of the road surfaced and will help establish a link between the Wedza and Sadza Growth Point.

Infrastructure and utilities are considered critical to Zim Asset, with the new road network expected to help improve the economy of the two districts. The project forms part of Zimbabwe’s objective to construct and renovate 1 100km of main roads in the country over the next three years.

A further 8km stretch of road in the area, which will require a total spend of $3.5 million, is to be completed later.

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