File: In this photo taken Thursday June 29, 2006 a Johannesburg resident walks on Mandela Bridge above trains over the railroad tracks in Johannesburg. South Africa has accepted a Canadian dlrs 5.8 billion (euro 4.5 billion) deal with French company Alstom SA to refurbish the nation's passenger trains. The deal is one of the largest ever signed by the government since the end of apartheid, the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa announced the deal Wednesday Dec. 5, 2012. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay-file)

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File: In this photo taken Thursday June 29, 2006 a Johannesburg resident walks on Mandela Bridge above trains over the railroad tracks in Johannesburg.  South Africa has accepted a Canadian dlrs 5.8 billion (euro 4.5 billion) deal with French company Alstom SA to refurbish the nation's passenger trains. The deal is one of the largest ever signed by the government since the end of apartheid, the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa  announced the deal Wednesday Dec. 5, 2012. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay-file)
File: In this photo taken Thursday June 29, 2006 a Johannesburg resident walks on Mandela Bridge above trains over the railroad tracks in Johannesburg. South Africa has accepted a Canadian dlrs 5.8 billion (euro 4.5 billion) deal with French company Alstom SA to refurbish the nation's passenger trains. The deal is one of the largest ever signed by the government since the end of apartheid, the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa announced the deal Wednesday Dec. 5, 2012. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay-file)
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