Transnet, which operates ports and rail infrastructure in South Africa, says it has “identified and isolated” the source of disruption to its online systems, which caused cargo operations at Durban and Cape Town to be halted.
In yet another cyber-attack on transport infrastructure, state-owned Transnet said it had been hit yesterday evening, according to Reuters sources,.
Transnet was prioritising export reefers with perishable cargo at the port of Durban, as the citrus …
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