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PUBLISHER: Freight News (www.freightnews.co.za)

South Africa’s freight industry is processing Saturday’s announcement by Transnet that its head of the country’s ports has decided to vacate his position while a cloud of corruption hangs over his head.

It said that Pepi Selinga, chief executive of Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA), “has offered to take a leave of absence to allow the investigation to proceed without the perception of interference and to ensure that the integrity of the process is not compromised.”

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