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PEKA ROAD INACCESSIBLE

Maseru, April 09 — The Department of Roads Directorate has made the public aware that the Peka-Sekutuku (A1) road is inaccessible.

Speaking in an interview with the Agency on Tuesday, the Public Relations Manager of the Roads Directorate, Mrs. Nozisolo Matela said that this comes after the temporary bridge that was made at the area got swept away by heavy rains that the country experienced in the past days. 

She mentioned that the alternative route that motorists are advised  to use is the Mapoteng route while preparations are made.

She further indicated that further announcements will be made relating to the accessibility of the road.

Meanwhile, Mrs. Matela indicated that the contractor working on the road has a temporary camp on the site therefore engineers are yet to establish on how soon a temporary measure can be made to allow access on the road.

A temporary  bridge at the Peka-Sekutuku (A1) road was made following the works at the aforementioned road due to a trench that had formed in that road last year.

The works are amongst others that are made in other roads that are swept away by heavy rains across the country.

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