Making rain in the Kalahari Desert.
A wide selection of skilled professional and graduate engineers and technicians call our Gaborone office home. Over the past two decades, this team has partnered with public and private sector clients to create a rich legacy of diverse infrastructure projects across Botswana. We have worked with clients like the Ministry of Transport and Communications, the Department of Architecture and Building Services, the Department of Wildlife and National Parks (DWNP), the Debswana Diamond Company, and the Botswana Power Corporation (BPC). We are proud that, in many cases, the infrastructure developed in partnership with these clients continue, to this day, to serve the people of Botswana. We are excited about future possibilities and the power of impactful infrastructure to grow Botswana’s economy, connect its people to services and opportunities, and protect its natural heritage.
Zutari is proud to have supported Botswana to make the most of its rich resources and enhance what it has to offer people within and beyond its borders. Zutari has contributed greatly by enhancing educational and public service centres and by supporting the energy, water, transport and resource sectors for the benefit of Botswana’s people, environment and economy.
Julius Nshoya, Country Manager
I am honoured to be part of a great team that Zutari is known to be in Botswana. The great work I do is because I love what I do!
Sye Tshekedi, Senior Technician
Our projects cross markets, disciplines and geographies, creating a footprint of impact and engineered solutions that are reframing our world.
Impact by numbers
The system design capacity of Jwaneng Mine pit dewatering.
Academic-bed hospital built at University of Botswana (UB) for the training and research of its students.
The total KV lines provided within BPC Lot 1 North West Transmission Grid (NWTG) project over approximately 247km.