[Video] Durban harbour | Waves of containers choke port

A storm is brewing at the Durban Harbour as a container crunch grips the port.

About 70,000 containers are stranded on ships.

Business says the economy is being held hostage by Transnet’s inability to fix or replace basic equipment.

The situation is being worsened by a lack of working equipment at the port.

Chris Hattingh, Executive Director at the Centre for Risk Analysis, says container handling output is sitting at 19 percent down compared to what it was the same period last year.

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