It has been two weeks now since the contractor, Khato Civils, set up base at Artesia, from where bulldozers have been busy with bush clearing to mark the pathway along which trenching activities and associated works will be carried out. Country manager Ishmael Maposa says they are currently finalising appointments of the work force needed for the project, following advertisements for jobs in the local media in April. Despite hitches brought about by Corona, expatriates engineers are already at the site, after undergoing the mandatory 14 days covid 19 quarantine and tests, while designs and drawings for the project have also been submitted.

Group CEO Mongezi Mnyani promised to deliver a world class end product synonymous with their golden touch, as they have already shown with delivery of two pump stations project for WUC in the North. According to Mnyane they pride in completing projects on time and within budget.