Widening of East London port entrance just the start of new expansion

City losing out on business brought in by ocean-going ships bound for bigger harbours

The biggest challenge with East London’s port becoming a major shipping destination is its harbour entrance: it is too narrow and shallow to cope with large ocean-going ships, which now sail past, bound for Cape Town, Coega or Durban...

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