SA’s localisation drive bottlenecked by a defective rail network
Manufacturers struggle to move locally made goods around the country amid opportunities to bolster economic recovery
SA’s dilapidated rail infrastructure and dysfunctional ports are hampering local manufacturers from accessing broader markets, presenting a stumbling block for the country’s localisation drive aimed at overhauling the economy.
In a CEO round-table session on Tuesday in Johannesburg, industry titans, including the Black Business Council, agreed on a plethora of opportunities that localisation presents and highlighted its potential to stimulate economic growth and foster sustainable business models...
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