By Wezi Tjaronda
The multi-billion-dollar electric Trans-Kalahari railway line is going ahead as planned and may be operational by the end of next year.
Due to problems in electricity supply in the region, plans are that Falcon Resources Holdings, the holding company of the consortium of companies involved in the project, will build its own power station.
Falcon Resource Holdings Chief Executive Officer Mihe Gaomab 1 told New Era yesterday that an own power plant would guarantee electricity supply.
The project, undertaken by a consortium of companies from Namibia, South Africa and Canada, namely Sekunjalo, Kumba Resources, Siemens Transportation Systems and Energem Resources, involves constructing a 1??????’??