State-owned logistics firm Transnet was warned of an impending crisis at the Port of Cape Town but instead turned a blind eye to warnings from organised business and the Western Cape government, according to a document seen by Business Day.

Equipment breakdowns and a lack of maintenance have caused backlogs and delays at the port, resulting in plummeting export figures and exporters losing billions of rand in revenue...

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