The launch of the new Khato Civils and South Zambezi’s new premises in Kosmosdal attracted a political line up of note.
Several Ministers from neighbouring countries as well as Gauteng Premier David Makhura and City of Tshwane Executive Mayor, Solly Tshepiso Msimanga were in attendance. Since CEO and shareholder Mongezi Mnyani, moved from government’s state housing regulatory authority, he has thrived in the infrastructure and residential sector.
Khato Civils, a former cidb Level 4 business, is now at the top of the supply chain as a Level 9 in engineering, general building, electrical infrastructure and reticulation.
South African municipal, provincial and neighbouring governments can attest to their success as Khato Civils brings quality construction well within time frames.
Mongezi and Simbi Phiri (Mr P) and the team have a string of projects rolling out across the continent and have targeted Botswana, Ghana, Malawi and Namibia.
The formidable company has expanded its service, its own fleet of vehicles as well as its warehousing facilities. The entirely black owned and operated business.
Khato Civils has been awarded the R144 million contract for the upgrade of the Double Decker Bridge on the M1 between Carr Street and the Crown Interchange. Other projects include the Gyani Water and Sanitation Revitalisation Programme spanning 15 towns, 325 villages and 106 wards. Hammanskraal Water and Sewer Reticulation and Sweetwaters Water and Reticulatio Project amongst others.
The Lake Malawi Water Supply Project was award to Khato Civils and South Zambezi after the Director of Public Procurement used the restricted tender procurement method under International Competitive Bidding. The consortium came ahead of six other reputable international companies from China, Portugal, South Africa, Italy and the UK.