Border post upgrades: Raubex eyes slice of the action
Aaron Motsoaledi says state is looking for construction and engineering partners, and will seize land if owners resist
The government is willing to expropriate land from owners who are unwilling to sell as it embarks on a programme to refurbish border posts, with construction and engineering group Raubex gunning for a slice of the modernisation tender.
Home affairs minister Aaron Motsoaledi said the state is looking for construction and engineering partners in the multimillion-rand public-private partnership that would help it inject cutting-edge technology and infrastructure into the ports of entry to beef up security and smooth freight movement...
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