Global supply chain backlogs are showing no signs of easing and are likely to worsen for the rest of 2022, leading to even higher prices of consumer and commercial goods in South Africa, says Sebastiano Iorio chief executive of logistics company Cargo Compass SA.

“At the start of this year we were hopeful that trade bottlenecks would ease this year, but they seem to be getting even more severe.”

South Africa faces a ‘trade bottleneck’ – and you can expect to pay more for these items (businesstech.co.za)