Mbabane, eSwatini

The African Kingdom of Sugar.

For almost two decades, our office in Mbabane, eSwatini, has offered both public and private sector clients a rich variety of engineering and advisory services. , We remain committed to supporting eSwatinin to make the For most of infrastructure assets and investments. Equipped with local capacity and empowered by our multi-national footprint, Zutari stands ready to deliver world-class solutions that are deeply responsive and locally relevant. We believe in the power of infrastructure to grow eSwatini’s agriculture, forestry, mining and manufacturing industries, and to further diversify the economy. We stand ready to co-create infrastructure that meets the needs of people and communities, in inclusive ways, while touching the earth lightly.
We are proud to have delivered responsible and innovative solutions that contribute to eSwatini’s sustainable development. By enhancing infrastructure and enabling dialogue, both within our region and beyond, we can unlock human potential and drive growth on a global scale.
Anton Lourens, Country Manager

Our projects

Our projects cross markets, disciplines and geographies, creating a footprint of impact and engineered solutions that are reframing our world.

Impact by numbers

Link Road was updated (at the St. Phillips Junction, from MR14) from existing gravel roads to an appropriate standard that provides all-weather access to the existing and new cane growers (in the Siphofaneni Bridge project).
Estimated Job Creation (Construction-Related) between South Africa (3400) and Swaziland (2700) on Transnet’s Swaziland rail link project.
40 000
The number of people who benefited from the sustainable agriculture initiatives implemented in the Lower Usuthu II extension downstream development project.

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