IN PICTURES |Transport minister and MEC visit Machadodorp and Karino interchange road infrastructures

The Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula and the MEC for Public Works, Roads and Transport Mohita Latchminarian visited Machadodorp and Karino interchange road projects last week.

There are over 50 emerging contractors that have benefitted from the project. There are 275 employees on site. The improved road and safer access with reduced travel times will also stimulate further economic growth through this project.

“The N4 Toll Route links the City of Johannesburg and Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality to the Port. Minister Mbalula said this makes it a favourite among transporters because the road connects to the N12 near Emalahleni and the world-class road infrastructure make it reliable, convenient and safe,” said Mbalula.


Minister and MEC as well as other stakeholders
MEC Mohita Latchminarain.
One of the employees at the road projects.
Employees during the visit.
Minister Mbalula during the oversight.
Minister, MEC and SANRAL stakeholders.
N4 Machadodorp.

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