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PUBLISHER: Freight News (

Old nightmares on the north-south route serving southern Africa’s Copperbelt mining area have reappeared to haunt hauliers – border-crossing congestion and crippling road infrastructure slowing road-freight movement to a snail’s pace.

For weeks now long-distance operators have complained about the condition of the road from Chililabombwe in Zambia to the Kasumbalesa border into the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).

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