About us

Leading the way in infrastructure development

Inyatsi was first registered in Eswatini in 1982. Inyatsi Construction has proudly helped shape the world around us and create the infrastructure that we rely upon in our daily lives for 40 years. We focus on civil works, water works, earthworks and asphalting across the SADC region, including South Africa, Mozambique and Zambia.

We are known for excellence, quality and competent workmanship and our transparent and ethical ways of working have made us influential leaders in our field, spearheading Southern Africa’s growth.

We are reliable partners you can count on

Through our bespoke continuous improvement program Siyatfutfuka, meaning “we are moving forward,” we focus on how to improve our service offering, to be the best we can possibly be, and to never leave a project unfinished if at all possible.


As an organisation, we have embraced the importance of protecting the environment and have made sustainable development one of our overall strategic goals. We strive to achieve this goal in four key operational ways: being transparent about our environmental management, maintaining an environmental management system, minimising our construction footprint by adhering to all legislative requirements and by improving awareness throughout the organisation.

Energy & Renewables

We specialize in Grid-scale Renewable IPP developments, Civil works and EPC for Solar PV Projects, Sustainable infrastructure, and Construction of civil works for sub-stations and distribution networks.

We are internationally accredited

We have achieved a remarkable milestone by being the first construction company in Africa to obtain SACAS 45001 and 14001 ISO Certifications. We are also triple ISO certificated in Quality, Safety, and Environment Management.

We are investing in growth

Inyatsi owns a comprehensive and ever-growing fleet of earthmoving and construction equipment capable of taking on the most challenging operations in the remotest of locations. Vertical integrations across our supply chain have seen the development of specialised quarrying and asphalt activities to meet our stringent production demands.

Civil Works

With over 35 of delivering quality services in Civil and Water Works, we have a wide portfolio which includes Dams & Reservoirs, Pipelines, Canals & Utilities Distribution Networks, Water Treatment Works (potable and waste), and Bridges.

What makes us different

Strong foundations

We partner with our clients to give them an optimal solution.

We tailor projects to clients budget, timelines and needs.


Roads and Earthworks





Road Surfacing


Access Roads

Water Infrastructure Projects


Water Reservoirs

Water Treatment Plants

Special Projects





Swazi Plaza: Corporate Place


Rehabilitation of Maternity Ward

Mbabane Government Hospital- ESWATINI

Lubombo Referral Hospital


VVIP Terminal

KMIII International Airport – ESWATINI

Milk Processing Plant

Eswatini Dairy Board - ESWATINI

Construction of Kabitaka School


Woodlands Commercial Centre


Nkonyeni Lifestyle Estate


Inyatsi House


Zambia Breweries PLC, Drainage Work


Kabitakla Reservior


Lumwana Balancing Steel Tank


Nhlangano Water Treatment Plant


LUSIP Mhlathuzane Dam


Matsapha Water Treatment Plant


Madonsa Township Road Upgrade


D42 Road & Interchange

Mbadlane – Sikhuphe - ESWATINI

KMIII Airport Runway



Inyatsi Construction begins work on Waheen Market in Somaliland

Eswatini’s leading construction company, Inyatsi, is set to begin its work in Somaliland to construct the Waheen Market. The project is the latest in the list of many that have …

Inyatsi Construction hands over the Makhosini Drive to the Municipal Council of Mbabane

  In a momentous occasion, the Municipal Council of Mbabane has received the Makhosini Drive from Inyatsi Construction. The road, which passes by Sifundzani Primary School, was officially opened by …

Inyatsi Construction water reservoirs tour in Nhlangano with Minister for Agriculture and EWSC Board

Inyatsi Construction recently conducted a tour of their water reservoirs in Nhlangano, accompanied by the Minister for Agriculture, Jabulani Mabuza, and the Eswatini Water Services Corporation (EWSC) Board. The purpose …


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