Chimoio-Espungabera road in Mozambique completed in 2014

26 December 2014

Work on the road connecting the city of Chimoio and the border town of Espungabera (Mossurize) in Mozambique’s Manica province will be concluded this year, Mozambican daily newspaper Notícias reported.

The rehabilitation of the 240-kilometre road costing US$110 million, by Portuguese company Mota-Engil, which began work in September 2011 and was financed by the World Bank, Portugal and Mozambique.

The road is the main artery linking the city of Chimoio, the district headquarters of Sussendenga, the administrative post of Dombe and the border town of Espungabera, the district headquarters of Mossurize, bordering the Chipinge district in Zimbabwe, which are all strategic regions for agricultural, livestock and mining production as well as tourism and fauna. (macauhub/MZ)