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South Africa's Gautrain on track for growth

Traffic jams are ubiquitous in many African cities and some, such as Addis Ababa in Ethiopia, are embracing mass transit schemes to shuttle people around.

Johannesburg built the Gautrain, which was opened for the football World Cup six years ago. Since then, passenger numbers have been steadily increasing.

The BBC's Milton Nkosi went to find out more for Africa Business Report.

  • 05 Feb 2016
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