The first phase of a facilities upgrade at Mthatha Airport in South Africa has begun ahead of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
The $7.4m (R56m) project will involve upgrading the airport terminal’s roof and fencing.
A lighting upgrade is complete and has been inspected by the South African Civil Aviation Authority with night rating approval pending.
Tikanedywili Construction and Makole Business Enterprise, the Lodumo / Alamo project joint venture and Intellec Construction will carry out the upgrade project, which is expected to be complete by May 2010.
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