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Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) is hoping to entice trucking companies operating between Gauteng and Durban to consider coming in as private rail operators on a route where it admits it is facing major challenges.

It is also setting its sights on companies involved in the agricultural export logistics chain bidding to operate either wagons tied to TFR locomotives or entire freight trains on the corridor between Limpopo and Cape Town, whose port is a gateway for fruit exports...

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