…Probase Eswatini gets down to business
he E1.2 billion project that was approved after a heated debate in parliament has started working on the upgrade in the unpaved roads.
Principal Secretary at the Ministry of Works and Public Transport said the company that won the tender is Probase Eswatini and stated that they have already started organising themselves to set base at the different roads allocated of the first phase of the nationwide project. “Probase Eswatini won the tender and work has already started at Bethany and Ntondozi. Probase has already started construction with their surveyors and markings of the roads in readiness for the construction,” add Mndawe. Mndawe said the company was already working on set ups at the site for the 200km stretch road that is spread across the country.