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R860bn already spent on infrastructure, as Zuma warns of contractor crack down

Having last year declared that infrastructure development would be a primary focus of government, President Jacob Zuma used his 2013 State of the Nation Address to offer a report back on progress made, while also warning large construction companies that government would take a hard line against fraud, collusion and corruption in the sector. Addressing lawmakers in Cape Town on Wednesday night, Zuma outlined progress that had been made in delivering on water, energy, transport and social infrastructure programmes. He said that between 2009 and the end of March 2013, more than R860-billion would have been invested on projects that laid the basis for increased exports, particularly mining exports, higher economic growth and social development.

Authors: Dubai Engineering Jobs Admin

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