Canadian mining company PTM insists that SA must make a decision whether to insist on benefaction, or forego the raw extraction contract which could provide jobs
The Mozi Rail and Port Authority has stated that South Africa is the main obstacle to transport routes into its main port
Martin van Staden argues that the City or Provincial government must either seize the port or build a new one, but that passivity is out of the question
Nedbank's Capital Expenditure Project Listing for 2023 indicated that Cape Town accounted for 60% of the R100 billion total government infrastructure projects announced last year.
The CC believes the industry's profits (though currently at an all time low) are too high, and aim to remove "gatekeepers" to make room for black businesses
Due to the Houthi rebels' targeting of Red Sea traffic, cruise ships heading back to the Mediterranean will have to dock at Cape Town to restock
The separatist forces in Yemen, currently blockading the Red Sea from Western shipping, have suggested taking out undersea internet cables
Provincial govt rallies emergency support for sewage, hospital and water systems, as Laingsburg, Prince Albert, Ladismith, Napier and nearby towns go dark