Project Details Selati Railway Bridge

Selati Railway Bridge
  • Proudly Researched by: Melanie Miles
  • Last Updated on: 09 July 2020.
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Status: Underway
Value: R 31 Million - R 60 Million

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Development of a 48 bed Kruger Shalati tourism facility comprising of 12 railway carriages and a lounge carriage on the ...End of the details preview. Please Log in or Subscribe for ALL the information.

Private Sector Classified as: Invited / Negotiated
Skukuza Region Timing: Anticipated completion December 2020

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Hospitality & Leisure

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