South African Strike Shuts Plants, Disrupts Public Transport

A strike by South African unions to demand an increase to the proposed national minimum wage shut down vehicle manufacturing plants and disrupted public transportation in some of the nation’s main cities.

Several thousand people joined protests in Johannesburg and Cape Town, while marches were also staged in four other cities. Protests were staged in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth and other cities.

It's worthy for foreign freight forwarders to note that the South African Customs has fully implemented the “Customs Control Act of 2014” on April 20 this year.


The main contents of implementation include that shipping notifications must be sent to Customs via electronic data 24 hours prior to shipment packing (departing/entry/ships transiting South African ports) in a complete, correct format.


Chengtai International is committed to listening to customers'needs, providing competitive prices and quality services. Customers tailor-made exclusive logistics solutions to create international freight forwarding services.
Disclaimer: Some content of this website is uploaded by users themselves. If the obligee finds that there is a misrepresentation of his works, please contact this website in time. 2017 Danlu.com CT-TRANS INTERNATIONAL All Rights Reserved
  • 电话咨询
  • 13621625398
  • 18964879767
  • +86 21 55897188