The Road Freight Association (RFA) has called on Transnet to hand over the running of the country’s rail and port networks to the private sector, saying the state transport company’s plan to stop the Richards Bay Transnet Port Terminals from receiving cargo brought in via road is “killing the country”.

“Give the ports and the railways to the private sector,” said RFA CEO Gavin Kelly...

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