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SA’s ports are bleeding money

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Business consultants estimate that Transnet is dropping about R3 billion in income a 12 months attributable to unproductive ports. Picture: Equipped/ Grindrod. Picture: Archive


Mozambique subsequently advantages from increased export visitors from South Africa as a result of native ports merely shouldn’t have the capability to deal with the quantity of products destined for overseas markets, says Chris Hattingh, senior coverage analyst on the Centre for Danger Evaluation.

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