Is the collapse of Eskom inevitable? An expert says there is no hope for the parastatal as it fails to fulfil its core mandate
South African Airways (SAA) has been dealt another blow by losing the rights to operate flights on 20 international routes.
An aviation expert explained how SAA’s routes will be negatively impacted if its operating licenses are suspended.
Ex-SAA chair Dudu Myeni revealed the identity of ‘Mr X,’ a protected witness at the State Capture Commission of Inquiry in November 2020
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What can you get for R51 these days? Well, apparently, a state airline is within your budget – after SAA was allegedly sold for a pittance.
SAA’s Chief Executive Thomas Kgokolo has stepped down and John Lamola will be taking over the reins from May.
Numsa and SACCA say some of their members who were absorbed into the newly-restructured SAA have lost their benefits
SAA is unlikely to resume scheduled flights to destinations served in its former intercontinental route network until 2023.
The interim board at South African Airways (SAA) has committed to using all available means to recovering embezzled funds.
Yakhe Kwinana arguably made the most cringeworthy appearance the State Capture Inquiry had ever seen – and DCJ Zondo didn’t forget…
South African Airways (SAA) is unlikely to require further financial assistance in the form of government handouts in the coming year.
Picking up the pieces: As part of its efforts to rebuild its image, South African Airways (SAA) has picked up the pace of processing refunds.
South African Airways (SAA) will be adding another destination to its thinned-down route network in the coming weeks.
Will we ever see the return of Mango flights to the skies? Or will we see another 700 jobs lost? Pilots say the airline is being left to die.
South African Airways (SAA) will not resume flights to London despite the surge in demand for tickets between South Africa and the United Kingdom.
South African Airways has extended the validity of Voyager miles so members of its loyalty programme will be able to make use of their accumulated mileage.
SAA is making a conservative comeback and intends to operate responsibly so that it is no longer a burden on the South African taxpayer.
The latest agreement lets travellers buy one ticket to fly across each airline’s routes, connecting smaller SA towns with Ethiopia’s reach
Fares to the United Kingdom have risen sharply as a result of a surge in flight bookings between the United Kingdom and South Africa.
National carrier South African Airways (SAA) has announced that it will start flying to Mauritius on 21 November.
“So many of the old SAA’s problems have been carried over into the new airline,” said a joint statement by the NUMSA and the SACCA