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The prospect of money flowing into SA’s poor rail and ports infrastructure, coupled with fresh opportunities to capitalise on the commodity boom, are prompting private equity investors to focus more on logistics investments and less on energy infrastructure.

The move is driven in part by the ripple effects of the Russian war in Ukraine on coal supply, which have raised demand, said Langa Madonko, investment principal at Summit Africa...

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