To become globally competitive and realise Africa's true potential, massive improvements in infrastructure are required in a short space of time.
Governments globally are increasingly forging relationships with private sector specialist companies to render service delivery initiatives for Infrastructure and Public services. This practice is gaining momentum in many African countries as well, with Public Private Partnership (PPP) frameworks being established in a number of jurisdictions. Under these arrangements, private sector business acumen and technical skills are combined with public sector service delivery strategic insights as part of a collaborative effort to optimise efficiency within the public sector service delivery domain. Many of the new projects being conceptualised are cross-border, regional, or pan-African, thus increasing the delivery complexity
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Addressing Africa’s Infrastructure Challenges
Inadequate infrastructure remains a major obstacle towards Africa achieving its full economic growth potential.
Partnering for growth and development
Africa’s railway corridors such as the Johannesburg-Durban corridor, amongst others, would create higher levels of reliability, reduce travel times and create an estimated 65 000 jobs.
Partnering for future prosperity
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