NAPSA’S $100M Resort taking shape

 NAPSA’S $100M Resort taking shape

The construction of the National Pension Scheme Authority (NAPSA) Mosi-oa-Tunya Livingstone Resort at an estimated cost of $100 million has advanced.

Labour and Social Security Permanent Secretary Bornface Nalishiwa who has toured the construction site said he is happy that the works are at 80 percent completion stage.

Mr Nalishiwa said he is impressed with the quality of works which he has described as neat and excellent.

He said the resort has so far employed more than one thousand local people and is set to create additional jobs once it becomes operational.

Stefanutti Stocks Construction Contract Manager Eben De Wet said the works are ahead of schedule as they were originally scheduled to end in September 2022 but will instead be completed in June this year.

And NAPSA Director Finance Utembele Simwinga said NAPSA is on course in funding the project.

Mr Simwinga said the resort will form a significant part of the NAPSA investment portfolio and enhance the authority’s contributions through creation of jobs. ZNBC

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