A report by the auditor general on the Passenger Railways Agency of South Africa’s finances for 2014.
The Mercury reports that the road linking the village to Kranskop, the P15, is a 32.4km stretch and was built for R290 million, while the road from Eshowe linking it with the village and Nkandla is 54.4km long and cost R292 million.
KwaZulu-Natal transport MEC Willies Mchunu also opened two pedestrian bridges across the Nsuze and Mposa rivers in the greater KwaNxamalala area. These would link villages to schools and cost R4.5 million.
According to the Mercury, Mchunu said the projects were considered before Zuma became president.
“In fact former president Thabo Mbheki identified Nkandla and Msinga as priority areas needing development. This has nothing to do with President Zuma,” Mchunu said.