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Topic - Trans African Concessions
Feb 13, 2004
Overloading on the N4 Maputo corridor toll-road has decreased dramatically.
Nov 14, 2003
Roads rehabilitator Trans African Concessions (Trac) announced yesterday that it would be spending R6-million on roadworks over the next quarter, on the N4 toll route.
Apr 11, 2003
A R120-million investment in load control facilities for heavy vehicles on the 500 km N4 toll route has seen overloading on the route drop by over 30%.
Jun 16, 2000
Southern Africa: projects & trade
Feb 25, 2000
A third of the estimated R36-billion-worth of commitments made to various infrastructure and investment projects within the Maputo development corridor by the private sector has already been spent, and the remaining two-thirds is in progress.
Jul 16, 1999
BIG business has joined hands with locals living and working along the Maputo corridor to encourage active community participation in this billion-rand development investment. When the project ends, the businesses are ensuring that more than just a road is built in...
Feb 12, 1999
WORK is proceeding apace on the Maputo Corridor project, reports Trans African Concessions (Trac), the concessionaire appointed to build and operate the project, and transfer it back to the respective governments after 30 years. The first toll-plaza has been opened...
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