Transnet is considering opening the door to companies to second mechanics at the dysfunctional Port of Cape Town. This is to help speed up equipment repairs and avoid an escalating logistics crisis that threatens exports.

The dysfunction has made the harbour one of the world’s worst underperformers, costing billions in lost fiscal revenue...

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