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Roads|SECURITY|Transnet|Trucks
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DARK SPACE

21st October 2022

By: Darlene Creamer

     

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Even the most determined proponent of State-owned companies and their supposed developmental role will have a hard time proving their case when it comes to Eskom and Transnet. The loadshedding crisis has caused untold damage to the economy for more than a decade, weighing on both productivity and investment. Not far behind is Transnet, whose poor performance has flooded the roads with trucks, is costing exporters billions every year and is threatening security of goods supply daily.

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