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Ramaphosa commits to private participation in terminals

Transnet would call for proposals from private partners for the Durban and Ngqura container terminals within the next few months President Cyril Ramaphosa announced during his State of the Nation Address (Sona) on Wednesday. Ramaphosa…

Know your Vendors!

Importers should pay heed to the maxim that forewarned is forearmed, especially while Covid-19 continues to disrupt the global supply chain, says Maersk communications executive, Tom Boyd. In an article posted on the carrier’s website,…

Beitbridge gridlocked on morning of Zimborders go-live

Unscrupulous officials are suspected of allowing as many trucks as possible into the Zimbabwean border control zone at Beitbridge, thwarting the go-live chances of concession company Zimborders unblocking bottlenecking on its first day of operating…

Licensing fee argy-bargy continues

The ongoing wrangling between the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) and Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse is not going away, with Outa criticising the corporation for playing the blame game. This after the RTMC issued a…

WBCG explore revamping routes out of Zambia

The Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG) is on the verge of recommencing discussions with Zambia about upgrading roads to the west and north-west of the country as Namibia hones in on its National Development Plan…

Monday’s planned march sparks concern over looting

Supply chain interests are concerned that a march planned in opposition to President Cyril Ramaphosa could result in possible looting, arson, malicious damage to property, barricading of roads, clashes between protesters and police, as well…