Consulting Engineers South Africa (Cesa) has urged government to take active steps to fully unlock the much-vaunted R900-billion infrastructure pipeline by ensuring that projects are urgently progressed to “shovel-ready’ status. Newly appointed president Olu Soluade noted on Thursday that, while tender activity had improved, there was “still little evidence that these tenders are being awarded at any sort of reasonable pace”.
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