South Africa to get new ‘post-apartheid’ smart cities and upgraded highways: Ramaphosa

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President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that government is currently ‘conceptualising’ a number of post-apartheid smart cities in provinces around the country.

Speaking in 2021 state of the nation address, Ramaphosa said that these infrastructure projects form a key part of the government’s Covid-19 recovery plan.

The president said that planning for one of these cities has already begun in the Lanseria region in Gauteng.

“The Lanseria Smart City, the first new city to be built in a democratic South Africa, is now a reality in the making,” he said.

+INFO: BusinessTech

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