‘It’s not completely our fault,’ says new Simunye Secondary School contractor on project delays

Pupils and staff were meant to move into the new state-of-the-art smart school which accommodates about 1,500 pupils

21 February 2024 - 21:59

The company contracted to build the state-of-the-art new Simunye Secondary School in Westonaria admits there have been delays in finishing the overdue project but based on the school governing body and documents seen by TimesLIVE Premium, the Gauteng department of infrastructure development and the project manager were partly to blame. ..

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