South Africa Transport

One of the world’s more open economies, South Africa’s commercial activity and economic performance are closely linked to its ability to transport goods both within and beyond its borders. Although South Africa’s transport infrastructure is among the best on the continent, lack of investment in recent years has led to high usage costs and bottlenecks. The government is seeking to address the situation through a series of projects that involve boosting capacity at the country’s ports and enacting key public transport improvements.

This chapter contains an interview with Mark Lamberti, CEO, Imperial Holdings.

The Report: South Africa 2016

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