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    Touch                               Newsletter: 2007

 Quality service remains our priority
                                                  Today 37% of UWP's staff complement is        innovation continue to be the cornerstones of
                                                  black, putting us among the top consulting    our business.
                                                  engineering companies in the country in
                                                  terms of transformation. It is also very      Our subsidiary companies in Tanzania and
                                                  gratifying to report that UWP currently       Zambia are expanding fast and now employ
                                                  employs 14 black engineers, many of them      more than 40 local staff. UWP SA offers
                                                  UWP bursars who have excelled and are         design and management input, but generally
                                                  moving rapidly up the company ranks.          projects are managed very successfully by
                                                                                                the local teams.
                                                  This year we were certified by Dekra as
                                                  compliant with the ISO 9001 quality           Please enjoy this year's edition of In Touch,
                                                  management system, an important achieve-      which provides a brief overview of our
                                                  ment that took much effort and commitment     activities during 2007. May you enjoy a
                                                  from our staff.                               relaxing and peaceful festive season.
                                                  In 2007 UWP also received two top design      Zulch Lötter
                                                  awards from the SA Institute of Steel         Managing Director
                                                  Construction, indicating that quality and

A                                   t the
     end of 2007 UWP looks back on a very
     busy and rewarding year - and all
indications are that 2008 will not be any
I wish to thank all our clients for entrusting
their projects to us and to assure you of our
continued dedication to successfully
meeting your needs in the future.
It is expected that the construction boom
being experienced not only in South Africa,
but also globally, will be sustainable until
2015 +. The fixed investment histogram to
the right clearly shows the trend.
However, every economic cycle has its own
challenges. Given the pressure on scarce
resources, the single biggest challenge we
face is the ability to deliver on-time, quality
products and services to our clients. Our                  UWP's management team gathered recently for its annual strategic
focus is on ensuring that our clients continue             conference
to receive the same value they have become
used to from UWP in the past.
Our BEE partner Contralesa continues to add
value at board level and the UWP manage-
ment team has made substantial progress in
changing the demographics of our company.

     Ellis Park
     ? upgrade for 2010
     ? up the Jukskei
     Road projects in Tanzania
     Water for
     ? rural E Cape towns
     UWP opens several new
Enhancing the Quality of Life

Table of Contents

? service remains priority...1
Major moves...2
Ellis Park rapid transport system...4
? projects...5
Structural Division: Dieter hands over
                                                         Major moves...
   reigns to Vic Wilson-Taylor...6
Cape Town office developments...6
? River litter trap...8
                                              We are expanding
Mthembu West & Mathintha water supply
? healthcare gets facelift: Cecilia
                                              to add more client value
   Makiwane Hospital...9
Phelendaba community water supply...10
?                                            Bloemfontein
UWP benefits from mining boom...10
Basic services in Jhb informal areas...11
                                             We have established a presence in Bloemfontein for the first time to serve
New Shakaskraal development gets green
?                                            clients in the Free State and are settling well into our new offices. The new
   light...11                                branch is managed by Jaco Prinsloo, born and bred in the City of Roses. n
North coast equestrian estate...12
Major road rehabilitation in Zambia...12
Outeniqua coast water situation study...13
   Major road upgrades in Tanzania...13
Guidelines for managing stormwater
?supply to new Burkina Faso zinc
Augmenting water supply to Port
East London Ncera Macadamia...15
New directors and associates...15
?supply for Botswana R50bn energy
Challenges overcome in Richards Bay
   road upgrades...16
Glenbrock Dam rehabilitation...16
? water for E.Cape rural dwellers.17
? expansion for Zambia Sugar...17
? Dam development...18
? investigation in Waterberg
Conferences and exhibitions 2007...19

                                             Our new premises in Bloemfontein.
Published by UWP Consulting (Pty) Ltd
Editor: Zulch Lotter
Editor: Lynne Hancock
Design & Layout: RW Communications

Contact Information:                                                             Pretoria
UWP Consulting Head Office
Tel: (011) 709-8420                                                              In March 2007, UWP Consulting
Fax: (011) 463-6176                                                              relocated its Pretoria branch from
Email:                                                       Centurion to Monument Park,
                                                                                 Pretoria. Our expanding staff
Editor: Lynne Hancock Communications                                             complement necessitated a move to
Tel: (021) 783-4462                                                              a bigger and better office with easy
Email:                                                         access to our main clients in and
                                                                                 around Pretoria.
Design & Print: RW Communications
Tel: (011) 675-3992                                                              The new offices are accessed from
Email:                                                         the Elephant intersection in
                                                                                 Monument Park. n

                                             The Pretoria office.

Our Pietermaritzburg office is finally moving after more than 20
years at its current address.
UWP has formed a consortium with four other built environment
professionals to purchase a prime site at the new Victoria Country
Club office park. Our new building will be completely designed,
engineered and built by the consortium.
It is currently predicted that the building will be ready for
occupation by June next year. n

3D impression of our new Pietermaritzburg building.

KZN South Coast
July 2007 saw the takeover by UWP Consulting of ECPM
Engineering Consultants & Project Managers/Matt Posthumus
Consulting Engineers in St Michael's on Sea on the KwaZulu-
Natal south coast.
Matt Posthumus had been in practice since 1990 and taking over
his practice's work in progress enabled UWP to secure a foothold
on the south coast.
Our new Port Shepstone branch, as it is known, is managed by Pat
McIntyre (ex-Eshowe), assisted by technician Sydney Kheswa
and PA Avril Simpkins, both ex-ECPM.
Projects in progress include the multi-million rand Ugu Sports
and Leisure Complex as part of the Shosholoza Joint Venture,         Our new Port Shepstone team (from left), Avril Simpkins,
bulk water supply and sanitation projects for the Ugu District       Pat McIntyre and Sydney Kheswa.
Municipality and various smaller projects for the Department of
Works and private developers.
Since starting up in Port Shepstone, UWP has also been awarded
a R11,5 million road rehabilitation project for the Hibiscus Coast
Municipality and an infrastructure backlog study for the Ugu                  C a p e To w n
District Municipality. n                                                      We have also moved into bigger
                                                                              premises in Cape Town this year.
                                                                              See page 6 for details.

Enhancing the Quality of Life

Rapid transit system
improves Ellis Park access

Modifications to the Joe Slovo Bridge to provide for the additional BRT lanes.

T   he upgrade of the Ellis Park stadium
    for the upcoming 2010 Fifa Soccer
World Cup is progressing according to
Included in the Ellis Park “extreme make-
over” is the implementation of the Bus
Rapid Transit (BRT) system around Ellis
Park via Saratoga Avenue and Bertrams
Road. The BRT is a high-quality transit
system that delivers fast, comfortable and
cost-effective urban mobility by means of
segregated right-of-way bus lanes in the
median area similar to a rail based system.
These BRT routes will have their own
distinctive signage and timetables.
The implementation of the BRT system
involves extensive road widening,             Widening of Charlton Terrace for the Bus Rapid Transit System.
relocation of services and expropriation of   and Themba Consulting is the civil and
land. This is being carried out in four       structural engineer on this prestigious
phases, of which three have been planned
and designed to date. Construction is well
                                              multi-disciplinary project. Regular            Ellis Park ‘extreme
under way on the first phase, with
                                              interaction between all disciplines            make-over”
                                              involved is essential and well co-ordinated
completion scheduled for December 2007.       by the Johannesburg Development
A joint venture between UWP Consulting        Agency. n
SANRAL rehabilitation projects
continue apace                                             Mike White, Ron Isaac, Adrian Skea

            Design projects
            SANRAL continues to ensure that our
            national roads remain in excellent condition
            with ongoing rehabilitation projects around
            the country. UWP Consulting plays a major
            role in this process and we have recently
            completed rehabilitation assessments for
            several SANRAL projects:
              the N2
              ? (25km from Mthatha to
                 Nquadu Forest in the Eastern Cape);
              the N5
              ? (42km from Kestell to
                 Bethlehem in the Free State);
              the N12
              ? (76km from Kimberley to                                                         R37 over the picturesque Long Tom Pass.
                 Warrenton in the Northern Cape);
                                                                      Pietermaritzburg. Work started on the 10-month
              ? (between Uncle Charlie's and Elands
              the N12                                                 construction contract in June 2007. The two-lane
                 Interchanges).                                       bridge across the freeway is being widened to six
                                                                      lanes and raised by 650mm.
            We have also just started the rehabilitation assess-
            ment of the N9 near Colesberg.                            General maintenance is in progress on the N2
                                                                      between Kokstad and Port Shepstone, and Port
            A project on the N2 in Durban, also in the design         Shepstone and Hibberdene. The project length is
            stage by our Pietermaritzburg office, involves the        180km, 60km of which is dual carriageway. This
            upgrading of the Inanda Road, Edwin Swales Road           supervision project, being carried out in a JV
            and the Higginson Highway Interchanges. This              between NME and UWP, has just been extended
            project is a JV between UWP and Eyethu Engineers.         from three to five years.
                                                                      The same JV has a six-year project in progress on the
                                                                      N2 between Hibberdene and Umdloti and the N3
            Construction Projects
                                                                      between Durban and Cedara. Work involves the
            The rehabilitation of the R37 (44km from Lydenburg        maintenance of 204km of dual carriageway.
            to Sabie over the Long Tom Pass in Mpumalanga) is
                                                                      UWP's Cape Town office is carrying out a routine
            currently in progress and, in another JV with Eyethu,
                                                                      road maintenance project for SANRAL Western
            UWP is currently supervising the upgrading of New
                                                                      Region. The contract involves approximately 200km
            England Road Interchange on the N3 in
                                                                      on the R27 between Niewoudtville and Brandvlei in
                                                                           the Northern Cape. Two years remain of the
                                                                           three year contract period.
                                                                           Most of the work is being done by emerging
                                                                           contractors who are appointed, trained (CETA
                                                                           accredited training) supported and mentored
                                                                           during the contract.
                                                                           Rehabilitation work is also in progress on the N2
                                                                           between the Gamtoos River and Draaifontein in
                                                                           the Eastern Cape under the supervision of UWP
                                                                           Eastern Cape . n

The N12 between the Uncle Charlie's and Elands Interchanges.

Enhancing the Quality of Life

Structural Division
Dieter hands over structural division reins
                                                                                                   UWP has been appointed to assess the
                                           Dieter Silbernagl (left) and Vic Wilson-Taylor.
                                                                                                   condition of all bridges and culverts in
                                                                                                   the two southern regions of Namibia,
                                                                                                   Windhoek and Keetmanshoop, for the
                                                                                                   Roads Authority of Namibia. A total of
                                                                                                   357 bridges and 571 large culverts will
                                                                                                   have to be inspected, spread over a
                                                                                                   distance of about 24 000km. Most of
                                                                                                   these structures are located in remote
                                                                                                   areas, posing a logistical challenge.
                                                                                               2007 Steel Awards - The Structural
                                                                                                  Division won two awards, for the design
                                                                                                  and construction of the Chilubi Island
                                                                                                  pontoon bridge on Lake Bangweulu,
                                                                                                  Zambia (Innovation category) and the
                                                                                                  procurement of diamond recovery
                                                                                                  plants at Snap Lake and Victor mines in
                                                                                                  Canada (Export category).
                                                                                               Pedestrian bridge at Skibereen - this
We welcomed Vic Wilson-Taylor to UWP's         on actual design and less on the                   innovative project in Ireland is currently
Structural Division on 1 October as a          administrative part of my present work,”           under construction by Cosira
technical director. Vic will take over         says Dieter, who has no intention of retiring      International. It is likely to be a worthy
management of this division on the             completely just yet. Some recent highlights        entrant in next year's Steel Awards.
retirement of Dieter Silbernagl. Dieter will   of the Structural Division's work under
be moving to the Cape at the end of 2007       Dieter's leadership have included:              UWP wishes Dieter all the best in his move
and will assist in getting our newly formed                                                    to Cape Town. He has been a stalwart of our
                                               ? Library in Pretoria - Official                Johannesburg operation for many years and
bridges section in Cape Town up and
running.                                          completion of this state-of-the-art          his professionalism and expertise will be
                                                  project is expected in March 2008.           missed by staff and clients alike. n
“I'm looking forward to concentrating more
                                               ? bridge inspection project -

Cape Town office expands its services
                                                                                        I   n March 2007 UWP Consulting Cape Town
                                                                                            moved to larger offices in Kenilworth (on the
                                                                                            race track) with the expansion of our
                                                                                        operations to include bridge design and wet
                                                                                        UWP's bridge design section has relocated to Cape
                                                                                        Town from our head office in Johannesburg and we
                                                                                        are delighted to report that Dieter Silbernagl, the
                                                                                        company's senior bridge engineer, is retiring to
                                                                                        Cape Town and will continue consulting for us.
                                                                                        The structural design division, offering building
                                                                                        design and structural services to the construction
                                                                                        and mining sectors, remains based in
                                                                                        Dieter will be well complemented in Cape Town by
                                                                                        Robert Liddle, an experienced bridge engineer
                                                                                        who joined UWP this year from the UK.
                                                                                        Our capacity in wet services has been bolstered by
                                                                                        the addition of Alistair Lee and Ehrane Holderness,
                                                                                        both experienced in water reticulation and storm
                                                                                        water management.
Cape Town office.                                                                                                 continued on next page

  continued from page 6

  Lucas Ebels has now officially joined the Cape Town office with the completion of his
  PhD in pavement engineering at Stellenbosch University. Together with Mike White in
  Johannesburg, he will carry out the bulk of rehabilitation assessments for UWP. The Cape
  Town office now has a staff compliment of 20. n


                                            New Appointments in Cape Town

Robert Liddle                                 Alistair Lee                                   Lucas Ebels
Principal engineer Robert Liddle joined       Alistair Lee joined our Cape Town office       Lucas Ebels joined UWP's Mthatha
the Cape Town office in March 2007.           in November 2006 as a senior engineer          office in 1999 after graduating from
Rob has worked as a structural engineer       in the water sector. Alistair started his      Delft University in the Netherlands with
in the UK for 13 years, mainly in bridge      career with Concor Construction in             an MSc Eng in pavement engineering.
design and construction.                      1987, working on various building and
                                              roads projects including the Huguenot          Following three years supervising the
He graduated from the University of                                                          construction of many access roads and
                                              Tunnel near Paarl.
Bradford in 1994 with a B.Eng Honours                                                        other rural development projects in the
degree (civil and structural engineering)     In 1991 he joined Knight Piesold, where        Eastern Cape, Lucas registered at
and became a Chartered Engineer in            he gained valuable experience on civil         Stellenbosch University to study full-
2000. He spent a year as a postgraduate       projects including sewer rehabilitation,       time towards a doctorate in pavement
in the finite element analysis of bridges     township water and sewer reticulation          engineering. In 2006 he was awarded a
and has since worked for UK                   design as well as supervision of               prestigious scholarship by the American
consultancies Cleveland Bridge (world         wastewater treatment works. At the same        Association of Asphalt Pavement
renowned for constructing large               time he completed his National Higher          Technology.
suspension bridges), Faber Maunsell and       Diploma (Civil Engineering) at Cape
Jacobs.                                       Technikon.                                     He resumed full-time employment with
                                                                                             UWP in Cape Town Office in January
He has spent the last six years with Carl     A move to the UK in 1999 saw him               2007.
Bro (now Grontmij) in Leeds designing         working for various engineering
very large multispan bridges and has          consultancies, including a local authority     Lucas is fast becoming a specialist in
been responsible for project and design       in Oxfordshire and RPS Design, one of          the field of pavement rehabilitation
team management on some of the largest        the largest environmental consultancies        investigation and design. He has
road schemes in the UK with                   in the UK. In 2005 he completed a              presented several papers on pavement
construction values of up to £350m. His       masters degree in water and                    engineering at international conferences.
last two projects involved 13 and 15          environmental management at the
bridges respectively.                         University of Hertfordshire.
Since joining UWP, Rob has designed a
64m long combined aqueduct/ footbridge
over a proposed new dual carriageway in
Maputo, Mozambique.

Enhancing the Quality of Life

Unique litter trap cleans up
Jukskei River                                  Louis Uys

T    he water quality in the upper
    catchment of the Jukskei River
(upstream of Bruma Lake) in
                                                litter trap possible during low flow
                                                conditions. After each rainfall, the
                                                trapped litter and silt can be manually
Johannesburg has deteriorated                   removed.
significantly over the years. Severe            The structure traps litter effectively
pollution has been caused by high
                                                during 1:2 year flood events (34m3/s);
volumes of litter being conveyed through                                                    View of the screens and downstream
the stormwater system to the Jukskei            and the 1:100 year flood event (120 m3/s)
                                                is contained within the structure. No       channel of the litter trap.
                                                flooding of the surrounding areas is
The water quality is further deteriorated       expected during the 1:100 year flood –
by the ingress of sewage from capacity          even if the trap is filled with litter.
stressed and old sewer networks, poor
sanitation practises in the catchment, and      The construction of the litter trap was
high volumes of sediment due to unstable        completed in December 2006 and it is
upstream water courses.                         estimated that, if operated and
                                                maintained correctly, more than 90% of
The City of Johannesburg appointed              in-stream litter will be captured. n
UWP Consulting to implement a project
addressing the litter pollution upstream
of Bruma Lake. An EIA process was               Client: Johannesburg Roads Agency
followed and the specific requirements of                                                   An upstream view of the litter trap
                                                Contractor: Rich Construction
neighbouring communities and the                                                            during a storm event.
authorities were obtained.       Various        Construction Period: May 05–Dec 06
options were investigated and a unique          Construction Value: R 4,7million
litter trap was designed to meet the
technical and social requirements.
The litter trap is approximately 80m long,
40m wide and 3m deep, constructed of
concrete with galvanised screens and
gates. Its operation is based on reducing
                                                     “...more than 90% of
the flow velocity of the water and                  in-stream litter will be
trapping litter and silt through a weir, set              captured.”
of screens, and baffle wall. The reduced
flow velocity results in the settlement of                                                  Manual cleaning of the litter trap after
silt and suspended litter. The low flow is                                                  a storm event.
contained in a canal, making access to the

Mthembu West and Mathintha water supply scheme
Dave Wing

UWP Consulting was appointed in early 2006 by uThukela Water
for the preparation of a business plan, design and construction
supervision of the R15.5 million Mthembu West and Mathintha
Water Supply Scheme near Tugela Ferry in KwaZulu-Natal.
The project was split into two phases to be implemented over three
years. Phase 1 includes all the bulk supply and phase 2 the
reticulation networks to public stand taps at 200m walking
distance apart.
Phase 1, completed in July 2007, included construction of water
storage reservoirs, pipework, a pump station and a river crossing.
Phase 2 has recently commenced and will be completed by the end
of 2008. The reticulation is split into three separate supply zones,
each of which will be let as a single contract. The scope of work
includes some 78km of reticulation pipelines, a booster pump
station and an additional reservoir, as well as about 150 public
stand taps. n
                                                                       The river crossing on the Tugela River.

Much needed facelift for
Eastern Cape health care                                                              Stephen Richter

The Cecilia Makiwane Hospital in               The project will also include accommoda-
Mdantsane is set to receive a major facelift   tion for nurses and doctors and a nursing
with both a modernised physical structure      college.
and improved provision of healthcare           A multi-disciplinary consortium known as
services.                                      Sakhiwo Health Solutions was awarded the
Mdantsane, located between East London         contract for professional services and
and King Williams Town in the Eastern          construction management services through
Cape Province, is reputed to be the second     a competitive bid process facilitated by the
biggest township in South Africa after         Coega Development Corporation. UWP
Soweto.                                        Consulting brings civil and structural
The hospital upgrade has been intricately      engineering skills to the consortium.
designed and programmed for phased             The project is planned to be completed by
construction to allow for continued            mid 2010. n
operation of the existing facility. All
outdated structures will be demolished in
phases and the existing grounds will be
reconfigured to make way for a modern,
state-of-the-art hospital.
The new hospital will consist of a 350-bed
ward facility, a 150-bed step-down facility
and a 100-bed psychiatric unit. The
upgrade will also involve providing the
hospital with appropriate medical equip-
ment and human resources, focusing on the
optimal allocation of nurses and doctors.

Enhancing the Quality of Life

Phelendaba Community Water Supply Scheme
                                                                                                                 Christine Coope
 UWP Consulting was appointed by
 Aquamanzi Developments (acting on
 behalf of uMkhanyakude District
 Municipality) for the Phelendaba
 Community Water Supply Scheme.
 The R57-million project is funded by
 the Municipal Infrastructure Grant and
 covers an area of about 630km2 -               The previous water source.
 extending 42km from the Mozambique
 border in northern Maputaland in a
 15km wide strip southwards towards
 The scheme will provide potable water
 to a rural population of some 56600
 people. The current water sources of
 wells and boreholes involve walking            Backfilling & compacting.
 long distances and the water is generally
 unsuitable for human consumption.
 Cholera cases have also been reported.
 With an estimated 46% unemployment
 in the project area, learnerships were
 devised as an initiative to create
 employment and training.          Three       Pipe laying.
 learner contractors were each given                                                                      The new water source.
 three consecutive construction projects
 at values of R350 000.00, R500 000.00                      Due to the flat topography, pressure-sustaining
 and R1 000 000.00. The contractors, together               pumping stations are required to provide suitable
 with their team leaders, were trained in business          pressure for the operation of the standpipes.
                                                                                                                    “...the water is
 administration, pipe laying and standpipe                                                                       generally unsuitable
 construction.                                              Construction of Phase 1 began in October 2006
                                                            and is expected to be complete by the end of                for human
 The total scheme consists of some 400 communal             October 2007. Phase 2 is programmed to                  consumption.”
 standpipes, 200km of pipeline, 12 boreholes up to          commence early in 2008. n
 60m deep, 4 chlorination plants and 4 reservoirs.

UWP benefits from mining boom                                       Rod Stewart

T   he international resources boom and the associated surge
    in both green- and brownfields mining projects have
impacted positively on UWP's workload in the mining sector.
                                                                                   Portal 4 boxcut at Ngezi Mine in Zimbabwe.

We are currently involved in infrastructure provision for 15
mining projects, seven in South Africa, three in Zimbabwe,
two in Zambia, two in Botswana and one in Burkina Faso. In
addition, UWP is likely to start work on new projects in
Tanzania and Mozambique in the near future.
UWP's participation varies from project to project, ranging
from design phase involvement only, to fully fledged EPCM
(engineering, procurement, construction and management).
Our Integrated Construction Unit (ICU) contract
methodology is being used by an expanding number of
clients. The risk attenuation benefits of the ICU approach are
particularly attractive to clients whose ventures are being
undertaken in dynamic project environments.
With the positive outlook for continued growth in the global
resource markets, UWP's prospects in the mining sector
remain bullish. n

Basic services
for Johannesburg informal settlements                                          Louis Uys

 T    he City of Johannesburg is in the process of
      formalising various informal settlements, including
 re-densifying the areas and providing services such as
 roads, water and sanitation.
 The formalisation of a settlement is a lengthy process
 that could take years. For this reason UWP, in joint
 venture with Nyeleti Consulting, was appointed by
 Johannesburg Water to supply basic water and sanitation
 as an interim measure.
 As the settlement areas were earmarked for either
                                                                 New Shakaskraal development
 relocation or development, formalised water borne
 sewage systems could not be installed. Ventilated
                                                                 gets green light Mike Croeser
 Improved Pit-Latrines (VIPs) or Enviroloo toilets
 (where the soil conditions were not suitable for pit            UWP has been appointed as civil consultant for the
 latrines) were therefore selected.                              350ha Woodmead Estate at Shakaskraal just inland of
 The ventilated pit latrines consist of precast concrete         Salt Rock on the KZN North Coast.
 panels assembled on site, pedestal, ventilation pipe and        This middle-income development is located between the
 hand wash facility. They can be dismantled and moved            existing townships of Nkobongo in the south and Etete
 to new positions or upgraded to accommodate a                   in the north. The bulk of the site drains into the Etete
 waterborne system.                                              River, which runs in an easterly direction through the
 Water reticulation systems with standpipes were also            proposed development.
 provided, positioned to ensure a maximum walking                DFA approval was received in May 2007, a
 distance of 250m to the nearest standpipe. All work was         topographical survey of the site commenced in June and
 performed by labour intensive methods.                          construction is set to begin in January 2008.
 About 9 700 households in 23 informal settlements were
 assisted by this project. A total of 4 476 VIP toilets, 2 076   Apart from the approximately 3 500 residential sites,
 Enviroloo units and 120 standpipes were installed by            including townhouse sites, the project makes allowance
 seven black owned contractors.                                  for a small business park and commercial activities. The
                                                                 value of the civil works will be R140 million, including
 The construction work, valued at R47,2-million, was             upgrading of the provincial roads flanking the
 completed in May 2007. n                                        development on two sides. n

North coast equestrian centre will rival world's best
Mike Croeser

                                                                  A layout plan of the luxury equestrian development.

The Seaton Delaval eventing arena looking south, showing the post and rail security fencing
 and the old farmhouse which has been extensively renovated and is being used as the development office.

       T   he civil works for the Seaton Delaval Equestrian
           Estate are in full swing under the design
       supervision of UWP Consulting, with Phase 1 due for
                                                                       Major road rehabilitation
                                                                       for Zambia office
       completion this year and Phase 2 in June 2008.
      The development straddles the N2 freeway                         Ng'andu UWP in Zambia is to supervise the
      approximately 2km north of the Salt Rock Interchange             rehabilitation of the 100km main road linking
      on the KwaZulu-Natal North Coast and promises to                 Mongu, the capital of Zambia's Western Region,
      become the premier equestrian estate in the southern             with Senanga in the south.
                                                                       This important road, which runs parallel to the
      The 900 residential sites include approximately 30 1ha           mighty Zambezi River and occasionally crosses
      stands, where people can stable their own horses, as well        sections of the famous Barotse Flood Plain, is part
      as a number of cluster developments. Facilities will             of the planned international economic route linking
      include olympic class polo fields, an eventing arena, a          Angola and the DRC in the North with Botswana
      dressage arena, club house, boutique hotel and stabling          and South Africa in the South.
      for 90 horses.
                                                                       The rehabilitation works, including total recon-
      The developer, Amber Mountain Investments, has                   struction of a 15km section, involves the repair of
      committed to an extensive wetland rehabilitation plan            failures in the existing road followed by the
      over vast areas of the estate. The original natural bush         application of either a single or double bituminous
      will be restored with the removal of the old sugar cane          seal. The works also include reconstruction and
      lands and extensive planting of indigenous bush and              surfacing of the road shoulders, design and
      wetland grasses.                                                 reconstruction of some of the major drainage
      The civil works are expected to cost R157-million and            structures, and premix overlay of the sections of
      include construction of a new interchange on the N2 to           road that pass through Mongu and Senanga. n
      service the development. n

Outeniqua coast water situation study
                                                                                                            Christo Doudenski

I  n 2005 the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry
   (DWAF) commissioned the Outeniqua Coast Water
Situation Study and appointed UWP as the lead consultant to
undertake the work, in association with BKS.
The study area, known as the Outeniqua Coast, covers the
entire coastal belt between the Goukou and Noetzie Rivers
and includes the municipal areas of Hessequa, Mossel Bay,
George and Knysna with a land cover of 7 000 km² and a
population of about 320 000.
Water balance estimates produced at cursory level show a
significant yield shortfall (33 million m3/a). Furthermore, a
number of towns and holiday resorts in the study area are
experiencing serious periodic water shortages and water
restrictions, mainly because of inadequate water sources and
insufficient capacity of bulk supply infrastructure.
The purpose of the study is to investigate the nature and
extent of the water balance problems in the area and to
identify and evaluate possible reconciliation strategies to
alleviate the yield deficit and improve the water supply.
This multi-disciplinary project involves studies in the fields
of agricultural developments, afforestation, surface water
and groundwater hydrology, ecological assessment,
engineering and economic evaluation of water resource
development scenarios (dams, sea water desalination, re-use
of treated effluent, etc), as well as project management and
co-ordination of the activities of a number of specialist sub-
consultants. n

Major road upgrading projects
in Tanzania          Peter Morrow

In the past year UWP South Africa, in association with           The improvement of these roads to bitumen standard
UWP Tanzania, has been appointed to design the                   will facilitate the movement of people, agricultural
upgrading of a number of major roads in Tanzania with            inputs and products to the surrounding market centres
a total length of more than 300 kilometres.                      and to Dar es Salaam. It will also assist cross border
                                                                 trade with Malawi (through the Mbamba Bay Port) and
These projects include the route location and design of
                                                                 Mozambique (through Mitomoni Unity Bridge in the
the new Dar es Salaam Ring Road and upgrading of the
                                                                 Nanyumbu district, Mtwara region).
road from Peramiho Junction to Mbamba Bay and
Mangaka to Mtambaswala in the south of the country.              A strong team from both the South African and
                                                                 Tanzanian offices has been assembled to undertake
The 40km Dar es Salaam Ring Road is a high profile
                                                                 these projects. Most of the work will be done in the Dar
project that includes the selection of a new route
                                                                 es Salaam office, with guidance and monitoring from
through high density areas and crosses some of the
                                                                 Johannesburg. Leo Kissakwa of UWP Tanzania
main arterial routes in this large and well developed
                                                                 recently spent six weeks in our Johannesburg road
                                                                 design office to get initial work under way and has now
 The 144km Peramiho Junction to Mbamba Bay road is               returned to Dar es Salaam to continue the design
located in the Ruvuma Region, which forms part of the            process. n
Mtwara Corridor in Southern Tanzania near the
Mozambique border. The 65km Mangaka to
Mtambaswala section is located in the Mtwara region.

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 Guidelines for managing stormwater impact
 Christo Doudenski

 All new development impacts on the stormwater infrastructure        The guidelines will aim to assist all parties involved in the
 of our road networks.The issue is a complex one that requires       planning, design, approval and implementation of proposed
 specialist knowledge, a multi-disciplinary approach and             developments to identify potential stormwater impacts,
 priority in its own right.                                          promote partnerships for cost efficient planning and develop-
 In 2004 Gautrans commissioned UWP to investigate the issues         ment of stormwater
 involved and prepare guidelines for the management of               infrastructure, and streamline applications and approvals.
 stormwater impact on provincial roads as a result of land and       The final draft documents, which include detailed technical
 road developments.                                                  guidelines and proposals for amendments to existing regula-
 The problems identified by UWP included inconsistency of            tions, have been submitted to Gautrans for approval. Once the
 applications received by Gautrans, undefined approval process       guidelines have been accepted, workshops will be held for all
 by local authorities and therefore decision making based on         role players including developers, consultants, town planners,
 insufficient information, unclear roles and responsibilities,       local authorities, provincial and state departments and others to
 inconsistent planning and design, and insufficient attention to     get the implementation process started. n
 stormwater infrastructure during road rehabilitation.

 Augmenting water supply
                                                                                    Water supply to new
 to Port Shepstone                                     Christo Doudenski
                                                                                    Burkina Faso zinc mine
                                                                                    Christo Doudenski / Stanley Mutuwa
 UWP Consulting has completed a study for the Department of Water
 Affairs and Forestry to select the best option to augment the existing
 source of water supply to the Mzimkhulu Water Supply System, which
 covers the coastal areas between Hibberdene and Ramsgate (including
                                                                                       A    ustralian-based AIM Resources,
                                                                                            assisted by DRA Mineral
                                                                                       Projects, is developing Perkoa Zinc
 Port Shepstone) in KwaZulu-Natal.                                                     Mine in Burkina Faso. UWP
                                                                                       Consulting was appointed in August
 The Mzimkhulu River Off-Channel Storage Pre-Feasibility Study was                     2006 to provide consultancy services
 commissioned in early 2006 to update and narrow down the results of                   for the investigation, design and
 previous studies and to recommend the best development option.                        construction of the mine's water
 During this study, four possible dam sites were investigated at                       supply and sanitation infrastructure.
 reconnaissance level of detail and two of these sites were selected for               Services provided included water
 more detailed evaluation at pre-feasibility level. The proposed dam sites
                                                                                       demand analysis and design of a
 are located about 20 km north-west of Port Shepstone, on the Cwabeni
                                                                                       water supply and treatment system to
 and Gugamela Rivers, both tributaries to the Mzimkhulu River.
                                                                                       supply all needs of both the mine and
 The UWP study took into account a range of scenarios suggesting that the              the personnel village. The cost of the
 2005 water requirement of 13 million m³/annum could increase to a                     water and sanitation infrastructure is
 requirement of between 16 million m³ and 26 million m³ in 2025. This                  estimated at more than R70 million. n
 multidisciplinary study included water demand projections,
 topographical surveys, hydrological analysis, geotechnical, materials and
 sedimentation investigations, as well as engineering studies and
 economic analysis.
 UWP's conclusions reveal that a dam is required to meet present and
 future demand if the ecological reserve is implemented.             The
 recommended development option will consist of a 48 m high composite
 dam wall on the Cwabeni River together with a low level abstraction weir
 across the Mzimkhulu River, sediment exclusion works, a pump station
 and a rising main.
 During the wet season (January to April) water from the Mzimkhulu River
 will be pumped into the off-channel storage dam and during the dry
 season it will be released back into the river in order to augment the
 available low river flows. The capital cost for this development is
 estimated at R 200 million.
 Further studies of the identified dam site have been recommended. n

East London goes nuts with                                         New directors & associates
Ncera Macadamia                               Andrew Chaloner      The following UWP staff members have been
                                                                   promoted in the past year: Chris Smallie and Nandus
                                                                   Groenewald to associate; Sybrandt van Wyk, Sandra
 An innovative agricultural project is taking shape in the         Munnik, Ron Isaac and Adrian Skea to technical
 Ncera area of the Eastern Cape, situated close to the coast       director.
 some 40km south of East London. The area was previously           Thembi Ravele, Sakhe Mahlangu and Khosi
 part of a pineapple farming and canning operation that closed     Sumbana of Contralesa have also been appointed
 down in the early 1990s.                                          directors of UWP.
 Since then the local residents have established the
 Imidushane Trust and obtained ownership of 77 farms in the        Congratulations to you all!
 area. With the assistance of the Department of Agriculture,
 and financial and technical expertise provided through a
 partnership with a commercial farming operation, a project
 to establish a macadamia nut plantation was conceived.
 Macadamia nuts are popular in both local and overseas             Water supply for R50-bn
 markets and have a high scarcity value. They are grown
 extensively under dryland farming conditions in Australia.        Botswana energy project
 Significant yield improvements have been proven in various        Louis Uys
 areas of South Africa through supplementary irrigation of         CIC Energy Corp initiated a feasibility study for the
 the crop.                                                         development of a coal fired power plant and coal mine
 UWP's East London office was appointed by the Department          in Eastern Botswana known as the Mmamabula
 of Agriculture to undertake pre-feasibility studies and then to   Energy Project (MEP). The development includes a
 complete preliminary engineering design for the project.          new coal mine, 2400 MW power plant (first phase),
 Challenges have included the relatively small catchment           DMS plant, industrial area and a 3 000 stand residential
                                                                   area together with all related infrastructure.
 area of the planned irrigation source, the Ncera River, and the
 need to protect its environmental integrity.                      CIC Energy commissioned UWP Consulting for the
                                                                   bankable feasibility design and costing of the water
 UWP, assisted by various environmental and geotechnical           and sanitation infrastructure.           This included
 consulting firms, is studying a number of options for the         determining water demand of the entire project from
 supply of irrigation water. These include a possible medium       construction to end of design life (40 years), as well as
 sized earthfill dam on the Ncera River and/or water transfer      conceptual design, costing and economic evaluation of
 schemes from adjacent river catchments.                           various water supply options.
 Staging of the project is planned to facilitate a start to        For the supply of bulk water to the MEP, a wellfield
 planting of the crop early in 2008. The project will be phased    (Bonwapitse Wellfield) will be developed consisting
                                                                   of some nine boreholes pumping to a localised
 in over four years and should be producing nuts for the
                                                                   balancing reservoir. A pump station next to the
 market by 2013. n                                                 reservoir will pump the water through a 550mm, 9km
                                                                   long pipeline to a central water treatment works.
                                                                   A bulk supply main from the North South Carrier
                                                                   (NSC) was also provided as back-up. The water
                                                                   supplied from the NSC will be conveyed to a central
                                                                   bulk balancing reservoir through a separate 550mm,
                                                                   23.5km long pipeline. This will provide flexibility and
                                                                   increase assurance of supply to the MEP.
                                                                   The water treatment works, to be located close to the
                                                                   power plant, will be of a modular design consisting of
                                                                   pre-treatment (lime softening and ultra filtration),
                                                                   reverse osmosis and chlorination modules. The reject
                                                                   (brine and back-wash water) will be used for ash
                                                                   Sewer reticulations will convey sewage to localised
                                                                   waste water treatment works. In all instances,
                                                                   provision has been made for the re-use of the treated
                                                                   effluent for dust suppression, ash conditioning or
                                                                   appropriate industrial/mining usage.
                                                                   Construction Value: R50 billion (total project
                                                                   development value).
                                                                   R615 million (water and sanitation infrastructure).

Enhancing the Quality of Life

Challenges overcome in Richards Bay road upgrades
                                                                                                                   Ant Hemming

                                                                                         Bryanston and this office also carried out
                                                                                         the study and capacity analysis for the
                                                                                         improvements, included revised
                                                                                         signalisation and phasing.
                                                                                         All remaining design drawings (layout
                                                                                         plans, longitudinal sections, stormwater
                                                                                         and services), were completed by UWP's
                                                                                         Pietermaritzburg branch.
                                                                                         The layout configuration of the North
                                                                                         Central Arterial/Bullion Boulevard
                                                                                         intersection is at an approximate 35 skew
                                                                                         angle, which caused some head-
                                UWP Consulting was appointed by the City of              scratching on how to accommodate the
                                uMhlatuze (Richards Bay), for the design and      lengthy right turning stacking phase for the
                                supervision of improvements to the North          proposed doubled Bullion Boulevard approach.
                                Central Arterial/Premium Promenade and            Hopefully the problem has been solved.
                                Bullion Boulevard signalised intersections and
                                the doubling of Bullion Boulevard between the     A further signalised intersection for a proposed
                                North Central Arterial and Krugerrand             development off Bullion Boulevard has
                                intersections.                                    subsequently been added to the R8,7 million
                                                                                  contract. This pushed the anticipated September
                                The original traffic survey for the two           2007 completion date out slightly. n
                                intersections had been undertaken by UWP

        Glenbrock dam rehabilitation                                                                    Andrew Chaloner

        UWP Eastern Cape is finalising the investigation stage          therefore required, along with repairs to erosion over
        for rehabilitation of the Glenbrock Dam in the Tarkastad        portions of the upstream and the downstream slopes of the
        area some 50km west of Queenstown. This follows an              embankment and to the existing outlet pipe structure.
        evaluation showing that the stability of the dam could be
        compromised in a flood situation.                               The optimal design solution will be achieved by widening
                                                                        the existing spillway and raising the non-overspill crest.
        The Glenbrock Dam was built in 1982 by the former Ciskei        The embankment raising and repairs will ideally use
        Department of Water Affairs and provides water to the           rockfill obtained from the spillway excavations. The dry
        Nthabathembe Irrigation Scheme. It is classified by the         freeboard requirements will be delivered by a reinforced
        DWAF Dam Safety Office as a Category III dam with a             concrete parapet wall.
        maximum wall height of 26.6 metres.
                                                                        DWAF is the client for the project and the design team
        The rehabilitation works required were identified               comprises Knight Piesold (project manager, flood
        following a re-evaluation of the flood hydrology for the        hydrology, geotechnical and environmental studies), UWP
        area. It was established that a Safety Evaluation Flood         (site investigations and civil design) and Profection
        (SEF) event could overtop the earthfill embankment,             (mechanical design). n
        risking the stability of the dam and possibly endangering
        the lives of local residents. Additional spillway capacity is

Potable water for 31 000 E. Cape rural dwellers
                                                                                                                 Craig Northwood

                                                                           of Qumbu and make provision to service about
                                                                           2800 proposed RDP housing units.
                                                                           UWP Consulting was appointed in October
                                                                           2002 to undertake the design and construction
                                                                           supervision of the MRWSS.
                                                                           Funding for phases 1 and 2A has been sourced
                                                                           through the Municipal Infrastructure Grant
                                                                           (MIG) and construction of both phases is in
                                                                           progress concurrently, with completion due in
                                                                           October 2009.
                                                                           Phase 1 includes the abstraction from the Tsitsa
                                                                           River, the raw water source for the project, a
                                                                           diversion structure, sediment bypass and raw
                                                                           water pumping to the water purification works.
                                                                           Purified water will be pumped from here to bulk
                                                                           storage, from which gravity main pipelines will
The Tsitsa River will be the source of potable water supply                feed Phase I service reservoirs and reticulation
for 31 000 people in the OR Tambo District Municipality of                 to seven villages.
the Eastern Cape.                                                           Phase 2A includes construction of a rising main
                                                                            supply pipeline, storage reservoirs, gravity
                                                                            feeding of four village reservoirs from the
            When complete, the Mvumelwano Regional Water            command reservoir and reticulation from the village
            Supply Scheme (MRWSS) will supply potable water         reservoirs to communal standpipes. Phase 2B will
            to some 31000 people in 38 rural villages between the   include another 15 villages. A third phase, also divided
            Tsitsa River, the Tina River and the N2 in the OR       into A and B phases, will complete the project. Final
            Tambo District Municipality of the Eastern Cape.        completion will depend on the allocation of funding. n
            The scheme will also augment existing supplies to
            more that 8000 people in formal housing in the town

  R1,2-billion expansion project for Zambia Sugar
                                                                                                                Peter Morrow

   UWP has been appointed by
   Zambia Sugar to prepare and
   manage an Integrated
   Construction Unit (ICU) contract
   for the expansion of the
   agricultural infrastructure at its
   Nakambala estate north-west of
   The expansion programme, which
   includes the upgrading of the mill,
   will cost more than R1.2 billion
   and will see Zambia become the
   second biggest producer of sugar
   in Africa.
   Under the experienced eye of
   Gareth McGibbon, our resident
   engineer, the works have got off to
   a good start. The picture shows the
   main supply canal under
   construction. n

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               Mthatha Dam development                                                            Mondli Dlulane

               The Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism is funding a R20-million recreational complex designed
               by UWP and now under development on the banks of the Mthatha Dam in the Eastern Cape.
               The facilities will include chalets, camp sites, a conference centre and chartered boat rides on the Mthatha Dam.
               There will be the opportunity to view small game as the site is in the Luchaba Nature Reserve.
               Mthatha's rich political history will certainly serve as a drawcard for conferences (breakaway venue), as well as
               other recreational activities planned on the site. Qunu, the birth place of former State President Nelson Mandela,
               is less than 30 minutes drive from the new complex, adding further national or even international tourism
               appeal. n

                                      Department of Environmental affairs and Tourism
                                EC - Mthatha Dam Tourism Centre and recreational facilities.

 Side Front Entrance Elevation of Conference Centre.                      Conceptual Layout Plan.

               Forensic investigation in Waterberg district
                                                      Jaco Heyl

               UWP Consulting has completed a technical review            procurement and management process on certain
               of capital projects undertaken by the Waterberg            projects in the Waterberg District Municipality.
               District Municipality in Limpopo Province.
                                                                          The combined report to the Auditor-General was
               This formed part of a forensic audit carried out by a      tabled for comment by the mayor and the municipal
               team appointed by the Auditor-General comprising           manager. UWP's report recommended the imple-
               auditing firm SAB&T and UWP Consulting.                    mentation of a quality management system for the
                                                                          development of capital projects and formalising of
               The purpose of the investigation was to review and         procurement policies. n
               establish irregularities and weaknesses in the

Conferences & exhibitions 2007
                             Our exhibition stand at IMESA in Durban.

                                                                         SAACE / SAFCEC
                                                                         The South African Association of
                                                                         Consulting Engineers (SAACE) and the
                                                                         South African Federation of Civil
                                                                         Engineering Contractors (SAFCEC) met in
                                                                         Somerset West in October to discuss
                                                                         political and economic factors impacting
                                                                         the industry.
                                                                         Zulch Lötter was appointed deputy
                                                                         president of SAACE for 2008 at this
                                                                         Future lessons for the industry that
                                                                         emerged, in light of sustained,
                                                                         unprecedented growth in the construction
                                                                         sector, included better management of risk,
                                                                         mentoring and training good staff, not
                                                                         taking on more work than you can handle,
                                                                         and changing “struggle” economic thinking
                                                                         to match new trends.
  Mike White and Lucas Ebels, two of UWP's road
  pavement experts, participated in the 2007 Conference
  for Asphalt Pavements in Southern Africa (CAPSA) in
  Botswana in early September. The theme of the               The national conference of the Institute of Municipal
  conference, Consolidating Best Practice, is particularly    Engineers in Durban was attended by Bongani Dlamini
  relevant at a time when road construction and               and several members of his KZN team in November.
  rehabilitation is at an all time high across the sub-

  World Road Congress                                                        UWP flew the flag at CAPSA in Botswana.

  Mike White was also a delegate at the 23rd World Road
  Congress in Paris in September. More than 5 000 experts
  came together to discuss sustainable development. The
  conference was structured around strategic work carried
  out by PIARC (The World Road Association) in the past
  four years on governance and management of road
  systems, safety and road operations, and the quality of
  road infrastructure.

  The International Federation for Consulting Engineers
  (FIDIC) conference in Singapore in September focused
  on environmental concerns and was represented by
  delegates from 76 countries. Zulch Lötter attended on
  behalf of UWP and reported back to staff on issues
  including integrity management, relationship
  contracting, risk apportionment, management and
  pricing in consulting, and staff shortages resulting from
  the global construction boom.

Enhancing the Quality of Life                                                             UWP Branch Offices

BLOEMFONTEIN                                             EAST LONDON
Tel No: (+27) (0)51 447-9670/1                           Tel No: (+27) (0)43 721-0186
Fax No: (+27) (0)51 447-8240                             Fax No: (+27) (0)43 721-0288
E-mail: /         E-mail: /
P O Box 33232, Fichardt Park, 9317                       P O Box 19276,Tecoma, East London, 5214
UWP House, 58C Kellner Street, Westdene, Bloemfontein,   First Floor, Clevedon House, 2 Clevedon Road
9301                                                     Selborne, 5201

DURBAN                                                   EMPANGENI
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Suite 3,Village Square, 19a Village Road, Kloof, 3610    Unit D2, The Park, 7 Pearce Crescent, Empangeni, 3880

EKURHULENI                                               MTHATHA
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Postnet Suite 188, Private Bag X27, Kempton Park, 1620   Private Bag X5237, Mthatha, Eastern Cape, 5100
Forum Building, 6 Thistle Road, Kempton Park, 1619       Suite G1, Metropolitan Place, cnr Leeds & Craister
                                                         Streets, Mthatha, Eastern Cape, 5100

JOHANNESBURG (Head Office)                               POLOKWANE
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Private Bag X66, Bryanston, 2021                         P O Box 1390, Polokwane, 0700
UWP House, Eton Office Park,                             124 Marshall Street, Polokwane, 0699
Harrison Avenue, Bryanston, 2021

PIETERMARITZBURG                                         POTCHEFSTROOM
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P O Box 1857, Pietermaritzburg, 3200                     P O Box 19691, Noordbrug, 2522
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                                                         Potchefstroom, 2531

PORT SHEPSTONE                                           QUEENSTOWN
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P O Box 809, Shelly Beach, 4265                          P O Box 394, Queenstown, 5320
4 Fleet Road, St Michael’s on Sea, 4265                  3a Griffith Street, Queenstown, 5320

PRETORIA                                                 VRYHEID
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P O Box 25549, Monument Park, Pretoria, 0105             P O Box 418, Vryheid, 3100
Block 2, Suite 205, Monument Office Park, 79 Steenbok    153 Landdrost Street, Vryheid, 3100
Ave, Monument Park, Pretoria, 0181

THOHOYANDOU                                              LUSAKA (ZAMBIA) Ng'andu UWP Consulting
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Tusk Venda Hotel, Moroela Office Complex,                5th Floor, Alliance House, Stand 627,Cairo Rd,
Office No. 86,88,90                                      Lusaka
Mphephu Drive, Thohoyandou, 0950

CAPE TOWN                                                TANZANIA
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P O Box 46920, Glosderry, Kenilworth, 7702               P O Box 8151, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Rebserve House, Regent Square, Doncaster Road,           Plot 8B, Mikocheni B, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Kenilworth, 7745

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