Vedanta, the diversified Indian resources company, has noted a marked improvement in the SA government’s responses to its $1.4bn (R21bn) zinc Gamsberg project, but it needs laggard Transnet to be more proactive to meet investment hurdle rates.

Gamsberg, a large zinc deposit Vedanta bought from Anglo American, is nearing steady state production from the first phase of the $1.4bn investment, with $400m invested in a 250,000 tons of zinc-in-concentrate a year...

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