Government blunder ‘could sink power ships’

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Legal technicalities could prevent the mooring of power ships off the coast of SA. Photo: News24
Legal technicalities could prevent the mooring of power ships off the coast of SA. Photo: News24

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The power ships, which are destined for the ports of Richards Bay, Koega and Saldanha, must obtain prior permission from the Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA), which manages the country’s eight commercial ports, but that authority has no legal status, according to the Ports Regulator of SA.

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