Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Sihle Zikalala says he is asking Chinese companies to invest in South African infrastructure. He is currently in China on a visit to meet with the China International Development Corporation agency. Zikalala says the agency has agreed to support them financially with a grant to conduct feasibility studies for small harbors in the coastal provinces.
“It works in a form of triple “P” where as government we partner with the private sector both locally and globally. In this case, it might be a Chinese company. We build, they operate and over a period of time that facility is handed back to government in full. So, we are looking at approaches that are towards that kind of intervention,” he adds.
In other news – WWE’s Cathy Kelley Opens Up About Handling Negativity She’s Faced
Cathy Kelley returned to WWE in October 2022, following an initial run with the promotion between February 2016 and February 2020.
Kelly recently explained that she had burned herself out during her first stint with the company and needed some time away. While appearing on SiriusXM’s “Busted Open Radio” show, Kelley opened up about the negativity she has faced throughout her career, which she said began while discussing wrestling for a podcast at AfterBuzz.