Focus on addressing the country’s infrastructure gap remains central for sustaining growth and delivering adequate public services in the context of an evolving global landscape. Government has maintained momentum on infrastructure projects implementation by mobilising requisite resources from both domestic and external sources. Priority will be to maintain and repair current assets, complete ongoing and stalled projects whilst also capacitating public entities involved in infrastructure delivery to effectively and efficiently manage the assets.

Growth Strategies

  • Maintaining and repairing existing infrastructure and equipment;
  • Completing on-going and stalled projects;
  • Attract FDI in infrastructure;
  • Up-scaling Private sector investment in the provision of public infrastructure;
  • Promoting facilities that cater for people with disabilities;
  • Promoting research and development in infrastructure;
  • Capacitating implementing agencies;
  • Designing and implementing climate proofing and resilient infrastructure; and
  • Promoting infrastructure sharing;
  • Opportunities

  • Expansion and modernisation of roads, railways and airports;
  • Industrial parks and shopping malls including utilities (roads, sewer, water and power), office parks and residential houses;
  • Water and sanitation including dam construction, sewer reticulation and waste management facilities;
  • Specialised hospitals and;
  • ICT infrastructure; and