The firm bidding to take over the failed airline has brought to light several unexplained connections.
Low-cost African airline Fastjet could start operating in South Africa in partnership with an investment company linked to one of Jacob Zuma's sons.
Aviation industry analysts are torn over whether there is money to be made for those who dare to tread on the runway.
The liquidation of 1time has come as a shock to the executives of Fresh Air, which has had to ground budget flights linking Joburg and the Vic Falls.
Comair has asked staff of rival 1Time, who lost their jobs when it went into liquidation last week, to forward their CVs to its recruitment officers.
Consumers who paid cash for their 1Time air tickets may have to wait a little longer for a refund, says the liquidated airline.
Airlines are being forced to think beyond the traditional because of the large fixed costs, writes Lisa Steyn.
It was not the airline's fault that over 700 African Grey parrots from the Democratic Republic of Congo had died on a flight to Durban, 1time said.
The pilot of a 1Time aircraft had to abort take-off after an engine failure at the OR Tambo airport on Sunday, the airline said.
Airline 1time has referred its unfair competition complaint against rival Kulula's exclusive use of Lanseria Airport to the Competition Tribunal.
The Competition Commission is probing major airlines for allegedly colluding on prices and pricing strategies ahead of the Soccer World Cup.
Durban's La Mercy Airport is at the heart of a disputed 133% increase in airport taxes, reports Lloyd Gedye.
New low-cost airline Airtime is expected to spark a price war with rival airlines -- if it takes off later this month as planned.
South African online retail is turning into a healthy and attractive business as more consumers access broadband and become more comfortable with online shopping, internet research firm World Wide Worx reported on Monday. By the end of this year, online spending on retail goods is expected to have grown by more than 35%.
South African stocks were weaker at noon on Wednesday with miners under pressure on retreating metal prices, but the session was quiet as most traders are still away on a long weekend break. At noon, the JSE's broader all-share index was down 0,46%, with the gold and platinum mining indices down 1,47% and 1,65% respectively.