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This picture was taken by Trevor Jones. The container terminal has already been under strain resulting from delays in clearing containers in and out of the terminal, so much so that the minister of public enterprises, Pravin Gordhan and Transnet chief executive Popo Molefe had to step in with a special visit to Durban that ended up in the reported suspension of TPT chief executive, Nosipho Sithole.
That serious step was a result of a fracas of a meeting between TPT top officials including the CEO and transport companies and this followed the issuing of interdicts against some transporters whose drivers and vehicles had been involved in the blockading of the terminal gates.
Transporters say they want the interdicts rescinded and legal costs reimbursed. These problems involving the road delivery to and from the port terminals are not new and over the years no real solution has been found, although there have been long periods where things ran reasonably smooth. It is when things gets busy though, such as at this time of year, that a build-up of trucks on the road culminates in congestion outside the gates of in particular the container terminal but also to other areas of the port.
The problems are exacerbated by equipment shortages and breakdowns within the terminals, an issue that TPT says it is addressing but never quite seems to get on top of the problem. The Cutler complex at the Bluff is another area that adds to the overall problem facing the port of Durban — an inadequate road network leading to the container and liquid and dry bulk products terminals at the Bluff Island View included , Piers 1 and 2 containers and Maydon Wharf liquid and dry bulk.