The most expensive toll gate in South Africa, is the Machado Plaza Toll. Machadodorp, also known by its official name eNtokozweni, is a small town situated near the edge of the escarpment in the Mpumalanga province. That is where you find the most pricey toll in the country. The main line toll gate counts about 1800 cars per hour. It charges class 1 motor vehicles R96 per boom gate opening. The toll rakes in R172 800 per hour which sums up to R4 147 200 per day. Consider other motor classes that go up to R500
The road between thekwane south and eNtokozweni leading to Kanyamazane has collapsed last night due to rainfall. In late January 2021, Tropical Cyclone Eloise caused widespread damage and heavy flooding in central part of Africa houses damaged, roads, infrastructure and now the bridges has collapsed kanyamazane because of the rain. Roads are still flooding with water and it keeps raining daily which means damage will still happen in rural areas people are still going to die because it is unpredictable how is
Sinkhole at D2296 road between KaNyamazane and Tekwane South motorist are advised to use N4 via Mgwenya section/ Pienaar to exit or access Entokozweni, Road Close and its still raining around Mbombela. South African government will have more job to do after this heavy rains. Many infrastructures have been washed away, bridges and roads are no longer in good shape. This rains have tested the quality South African infrastructures. Over the past week, heavy rains have destroyed buildings, roads and cars in Mpumalanga.
One of the DSTV Premiership teams based in Mpumalanga has took some time out on Saturday and decided to give back to the community of Mamelodi on 'World Food Day' As a football club that is more than just a business, at times it can be the few role models in a specific area and that is why a club’s social responsibility is very key to makes sure that the fans are okay at all times to keep them rallying behind them when they hit the football pitch.
Heavy rains are continuing to wreck havoc in many parts of the Mpumalanga province. The persistent rain has claimed lives and damaged houses and numerous roads. Another horrific road collapse took place just outside Nelspruit. The road between Tekwane South and eNtokozweni leading to KaNyamazane after the bridge on the road collapsed on Friday night. According to community members, the collapse is a result of shoddy work by constructors who compromised quality over making profit. "We know it's raining heavily
The City of Mbombela in Mpumalanga has cautioned drivers utilizing the KaNyamazane street, to try not to utilize the stopgap connect that was raised by the local area.The first scaffold fell during the substantial rains early this month.
Link: https://mpumalanganews.co.za/392473/sinkhole-finally-causes-bridge-to-collapse-the-morning-after/ Sinkhole sooner or later reasons bridge to collapse: the morning after Mbekezeli Mbuli Motorists are cautioned to apply opportunity roads. The avenue between Tekwane South and eNtokozweni main to KaNyamazane ought to be averted after a bridge on the street collapsed the remaining night. Wardcouncilorr Joseph Mashaba entreated motorists and pedestrians to keep away from the use of this avenue. Earlier this