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anti-apartheid artwork

Anti-Apartheid artwork for United States of America

An anti-apartheid artwork featuring the military vehicle Casspir was shipped from South Africa and United States as part of The Casspir Project.. Here is the news item from Transnet regarding this project..

The Casspir was synonymous with the heavy hand of apartheid oppression in the townships and urban areas of South Africa.. While designed originally as a military vehicle, it was used extensively against civilian populations in the 1980’s..

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Difference between Cargo dues, Tonnage dues & port dues

What is the difference between Cargo Dues, Tonnage Dues and Port Dues..?? Cargo Dues – abbreviated to read CD – (also known as Wharfage in some countries) is a fee levied by TNPA (Transnet Port Authority) to the users (exporters, importers or shipping lines) for using the port facilities for movement of the cargo through it.. […]

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Deciding the port of call

Hi all, one of the questions that was raised to me by one of the readers of the blog was as below.. I thought i would respond to this as a post.. Q : How SA importers decide which port is most suitable/cost effective, especially with regards to containers. A : In SA, since all ports/terminals […]

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