South Africa must beat corruption and confusion

The latest scandal comes as Durban embarks on a major expansion. Credit: Harry and Rowena Kennedy, Flick, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

COMMENT: Transnet, the operator of South Africa’s port terminals and provider of rail freight services, has been beset by corruption and malpractice scandals over the last three years, writes Mike Mundy

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