SA’s table grape industry, a major source of export earnings, is concerned that the crisis at the ports could cost it dearly again this year.

As the harvest season ramps up, exporters continue to face huge backlogs caused by equipment breakdowns and adverse weather conditions, resulting in delays in loading and offloading cargo at the Cape Town and Durban ports managed by Transnet Port Terminals...

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