North-South Rail Corridor Study

The North-South Rail Corridor project showcases the cooperative efforts of five rail operators in SADC, working together to increase intra-African trade in the region. The North-South Rail Corridor consists of a rail network that stretches over 3000km, from Durban in South Africa through Zimbabwe and Botswana and links to the Democratic Republic of Congo passing through Zambia. It is SADC's main international rail gateway for transporting inbound and outbound cargo. The North-South Rail Corridor


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