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Tete: HCB and Jindal Africa finance the rehabilitation of 117km of road

This Wednesday, January 10, 2024, Hidroelectrica de Cahora Bassa S.A, Jindal Africa and ANE signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the rehabilitation of 117 km of road on the Songo-Matambo route, an HCB initiative aimed at ensuring the safety and transitability of people, goods and equipment serving the hydroelectric and coal mining projects. Once all the stages have been completed, work is scheduled to begin in July 2024.

For HCB, this project is part of the preliminary work to implement the VITAL CAPEX, which includes creating the necessary conditions for safe transportation. For Jindal, this partnership, in addition to safety, will guarantee comfort in the collection and delivery of goods, as well as making it more flexible to move around comfortably during the execution of the projects underway at the aforementioned companies.

During the signing ceremony of the Memorandum of Understanding, the parties agreed to make the necessary efforts to ensure that around 80% of the work was carried out by December, with ANE and FUNDO DE ESTRADAS making the necessary commitment to ensure that the project is carried out efficiently and effectively within the established deadlines, with as little delay as possible, since HCB and Jindal have shown themselves to be available to carry out the project immediately.

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