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The African Rail Industry Association (ARIA) has accused Transnet of running a “deeply flawed” third-party access process, urging the government to reconsider such a step by the state-owned logistics company.
Third-party access to South Africa’s freight rail infrastructure is part of Operation Vulindlela, a flagship programme of economic reforms designed to unlock private sector investment.
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