Ofentse Mokwena | Freight and the bloody trucking labour market

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A truck set alight on the N12.
A truck set alight on the N12.
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The biggest challenge with violence in the trucking industry is that as drivers move throughout the continent, foreign drivers may retaliate. If the issue escalates into the SADC, it could turn into an investment risk for logistics ventures under consideration, says Ofentse Mokwena.

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