The Infrastructure Fund has a project pipeline with potential investments of over R700bn over the next 10 years, President Cyril Ramaphosa said in his state of the nation address in parliament.

The fund which was announced by Ramaphosa in 2019 and which is managed by the Development Bank of Southern Africa has finalised a list of shovel-ready projects, the president said, and had begun work to expand private investment into public infrastructure sectors with revenue streams...

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