Handover of revamped Parly flats starts

Molefhi (right) inspects the roof of the parliament flats. PIC: KAGISO ONKATSWITSE
Molefhi (right) inspects the roof of the parliament flats. PIC: KAGISO ONKATSWITSE

Nine of the 25 Parliamentary flats being renovated under a P10 million project were handed over yesterday, with officials saying the balance would be completed before the end of the month.

The minister of Infrastructure, Science and Technology Nonofo Molefhi toured the project yesterday and was informed that work was proceeding quickly on the flats.

Department of Building and Engineering Services’ project manager, Alphonse Jayachandram told Molefhi that four flats would be handed over next week.

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