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Plans to allow private operators to use Transnet’s rail network are expected to instantly move some 58 million tons of cargo off South Africa’s battered roads.
The 58 million tons, as estimated by African Rail Industry Association (ARIA), is cargo that would move immediately move to rail when third-party access is finally permitted.
Another estimate by Stellenbosch University has pegged the number at 73 million tons.
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