Third rail in South Africa


After almost five years of debate and disagreement, South Africa’s Transnet is now offering private-sector operators the option of bidding to provide services on two key rail routes in competition with the parastatal’s own rail offering. The new rules on third-party operators were laid out in the 2017 National Rail Policy.

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