Next phase of waterfront development to start in 2022

Long-mooted project a step closer with liquid bulk terminal at Gqeberha harbour set for April shutdown

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The liquid bulk terminal at Gqeberha’s port is expected to be shut down in April, making way for the second phase of the long-mooted waterfront development.

The second phase entails the decommissioning of the tank farm and the site’s remediation, according to Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) corporate affairs executive manager Ayanda Mantshongo...

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