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Sani Border Post operations set to improve

Sani Border Post operations set to improve

Operations at the Sani Border Post in the Mokhotlong district are set to improve for the better, following the recent testing, handing over and launching of a newly constructed Solar Power Plant.

The Sani Border Solar Power Plant was handed over to Road Fund by the Contractor, following its construction, completion and testing which confirmed its readiness to start supplying the Border Post with electrical power.

Speaking at the occasion, The Road Fund Chief Executive Officer Mr. Nkekeletse Makara said the electrical power to be generated by the Plant will be utilised by all Border Agencies to execute their day to day operations.

For Road Fund, he said the electrical power will facilitate automation of the Toll Gate Fees revenue collection processes, which has since been completely manual. 

“Our toll revenue collection system has been installed and is ready to go live with the availability of the electrical power, I hope other Border Agencies are ready too to automate their processes where applicable”,  he reiterated.

He concluded by indicating that availability of power at the Border Post is bound to improve tourism into the country as the Border can be accessed round the clock by tourists, if need be.

The Sani Border Post has been operating without electrical power since inception hence the Solar Power Plant will improve operations for the better.

It has cost the Road Fund around M2,3 million to erect the Solar Power Plant at the Sani Border Post.

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