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South Africa's entire coal line shut for maintenance - Transnet

CAPE TOWN, June 28 (Reuters) - South Africa will shut down its entire rail network transporting coal from pits to customers for almost two weeks to undertake scheduled repairs, state-owned freight rail logistics firm Transnet said on Friday.

Transnet Freight Rail said the shutdown, from July 2-11, will cover the entire coal line which has flows originating from Ermelo, Vryheid, Richards Bay, Witbank, Ladysmith and Isando depots. (Reporting by Wendell Roelf; Editing by Jan Harvey)