DA MP Ghaleb Cachalia on Tuesday said the continuous disappointments at the Richards Bay Bulk Terminal had arrived at emergency point.
He said Transnet couldn't satisfy its legally binding commitments due to the fire at the Richards Bay port on 13 October.
Transnet has joined the rundown of SOEs that are ending up an issue for the state and the public endeavors serve.
Eskom needed to return to stack shedding for its support work, making significant disturbances the economy.
Cachalia said Transnet was likewise confronting difficulties and the freshest misfortune would just extend the monetary drop out.
"Transnet's circumstance is parlous, no doubt, and the proceeded with crumbling of the monetary spine of this country should be addressed and should be created straightforward so dire advances can be taken."
Cachalia was additionally tested with regards to the coal supply arrangements at Eskom, yet he said he was unable to reveal the legally binding costs of the arrangements.
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