Multinational Inyatsi Scores A Quarter Billion Mozambique Tender

As a multinational company operating in 9 countries, Inyatsi Construction continues to fly Eswatini’s flag high by scoring multi-million projects across the continent. 

The Eswatini-headquartered conglomerate’s E286.7m Mozambique tender is the latest in continental construction projects that reinforce Inyatsi Construction’s formidable reputation as a vastly trusted, experienced, competitive and professional entity. This is off a track record of having delivered large infrastructure projects in Uganda, Zambia, South Africa and Botswana.

In this latest venture, Inyatsi Construction undoubtedly lives up to its billing as Africa’s leading Integrated Business Partner, by teaming up with Trans African Concessions (TRAC) in the upgrade of the N4 MDC Section17: Tchumene Interchange to Matola, that links South Africa and Mozambique. The collaboration follows a successful joint bid that won in an open tender process.

The project, which is set for a 12-month period from August 2022 until July 2023, will see Inyatsi Construction’s stellar construction teams working to upgrade a stretch of the N4 highway, specifically turning a two-lane highway into a 4-lane highway. 

Inyatsi Construction, which celebrates 40 years of existence this year, continues to perform an unofficial but indisputable ambassadorial role on the continent as a respected Swazi-owned company that has been entrusted with delivering high capital projects beyond the borders of Eswatini. 

Across the continent, Inyatsi has built and solidified its reputation of executing projects that have positively impacted economies and societies. The company’s reputation is anchored on a demonstrable track record of completing quality projects, inclusiveness by proactively ensuring the participation of communities, social and environmental contributions as well as diversity in project experience.

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