Transnet is moving super-slowly to implement the private sector partnerships it promised at its ailing port and rail facilities, with the state-owned group confirming that the new partner at its key Durban container terminal will only start in April 2024 at the earliest.

It also confirmed that no contract has yet been signed on a private rail deal announced a year ago...

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