Long term expansion in Southern Africa


With South Africa now officially in recession and exports falling, the country’s trade volumes look set to fall this year. This seems like bad timing for South African transport utility Transnet, which is investing heavily in new cargo handling capacity, but the company is confident that the new port of Ngqura and increased capacity at Durban will pay dividends in the long run.

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