The R47bn credit guarantee facility advanced to Transnet by the National Treasury should rather have been a direct equity injection, says Stellenbosch University logistics expert Prof Jan Havenga.

A direct capital injection would have demonstrated the government’s commitment to funding rail and ports infrastructure, he told the Sunday Times. ..

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