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Port of Ngqura Establishment Act, No. 77 of 1998

Long title


To provide for the establishment of a commercial port at Ngqura; for the construction, equipment control, management, possession and maintenance of such port by Transnet Limited; and to provide for matters connected therewith.

Table of contents

SECTION TITLE
1. Definitions
2. Establishment of port of Ngqura
3. Costs of establishment of port
4. Powers of Company
5. Administration of port
6. Application of Schedule 1 to Act 9 of 1989
7. Regulations
8. Short Title
Sch. SCHEDULE [s2]
Sea area
Land area

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