USD 35-billion per year is needed to tackle Africa’s water crisis; South African firm Khato Civils announces African expansion and calls for AfCFTA to be the catalyst to build Africa’s water infrastru - News Summed Up

USD 35-billion per year is needed to tackle Africa’s water crisis; South African firm Khato Civils announces African expansion and calls for AfCFTA to be the catalyst to build Africa’s water infrastru


The economic impact of the shortfall in water infrastructure and supply is already severe. In an interview with AfricaLive.net (https://bit.ly/3c4FwB6) Khato Civils Chairman Simbi Phiri put forward an ambitious vision for African development facilitated by infrastructure development. “Lots of South African companies were either being priced out of deals or running out of budget to complete certain projects. Shaping Africa’s Future With A Commitment to Green BuildingThe Khato Civils leadership also emphasises a commitment to sustainable engineering, construction and infrastructure development. We see this as an emerging sector.”Another of Khato Civils’ key service offerings is advice on cost-effectively executing projects from the design stage.


Source: The North Africa Journal March 08, 2021 14:26 UTC



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