Sappi called out Transnet on Thursday, saying the poor state of its rail service has led to increased reliance on more expensive road transport, eroding profit.

The paper and pulp manufacturing giant reported a slump in profit for the nine months to end-June as paper and pulp markets remained weak amid a sluggish global economy, and customers reduced their stock...

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