|Since it's opening, the Port of Richards Bay has expanded rapidly with the establishment of one new berth every 2nd year on average, proudly fulfilling its aim of making it South Africa's leading port in terms of cargo volumes.
||The Port of Durban has a total land and water area amounting to 1 854 hectares. The port is protected by the north and south breakwaters which are 335 m and 700 m long respectively.
||The Port of East London is situated on the east coast of South Africa between Durban and Port Elizabeth, at the mouth of the Buffalo River.
||The future Port of Ngqura and adjacent Coega Industrial Development Zone (IDZ) 20km east of Port Elizabeth is South Africa's primary location for new industrial investments.|
|The Port of Port Elizabeth is managed by Transnet National Ports Authority, a division of Transnet LTD and is situated in Algoa Bay on the south-eastern coast of Africa, midway between the Ports of Durban (384 nautical miles north-east) and Cape Town (423 nautical miles west).
||The Port of Mossel Bay has always been a fishing port of substance with limited commercial cargo activity. More recently, however, it has started to service the oil industry as well and today, these two industries play a major role in the development of the port.
||The Port of Cape Town is situated approximately 120 nautical miles north-west of Cape Agulhas.
||Situated on the west coast of Africa, 60 nautical miles north-west of Cape Town, the Port of Saldanha is the deepest and largest natural port in Southern Africa and is partly protected by an artificial breakwater. |