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SAA’s losses for 2014/15 almost R1-billion more than expected
SAA’s losses for 2014/15 almost R1-billion more than expected
SAA’s losses for the 2014/15 financial year were R5.6-billion – close to R1-billion more than the expected amount of R4.7-billion.
The EFF vows to ground Myeni without the help of law enforcement agencies captured by Zuma
The EFF vows to ground Myeni without the help of law enforcement agencies captured by Zuma
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) have set their sights on controversial SAA board chairperson Dudu Myeni, and have vowed to “expose her for...
Many more state-owned enterprises are in the public protector's crosshairs
Many more state-owned enterprises are in the public protector's crosshairs
At least eight state-owned enterprises, and the provincially subsidised Gautrain, are in for trouble from the next public protector – if only...
​We, the people, must be the leaders that the country lacks and so desperately needs
​We, the people, must be the leaders that the country lacks and so desperately needs
Some years ago, Professor Nick Binedell, former head of the Gordon Institute of Business Science, described South Africa as a “frontier...
It's official: Dudu Myeni has been reappointed chair of SAA
It's official: Dudu Myeni has been reappointed chair of SAA
The government has reappointed Dudu Myeni as the chairperson of South African Airways (SAA), the loss-making state-owned airline, it said on...
Crib Notes: Who exactly is Dudu Myeni?
Crib Notes: Who exactly is Dudu Myeni?
It’s Dudu Myeni’s way or the highway – or at least that’s the view from the long list of executives who have “resigned” from South...
SAA gets brief reprieve in its bid to avoid being deregistered in Hong Kong
SAA gets brief reprieve in its bid to avoid being deregistered in Hong Kong
The authorities in Hong Kong have granted South African Airways (SAA) an extension until September 30 to submit regulatory documents and prevent...
The Zuma vs Gordhan showdown: What are the key battles?
The Zuma vs Gordhan showdown: What are the key battles?
In the wake of calls for President Jacob Zuma to resign during post-election coalition talks and attempts to deflect responsibility from him at...
Editorial: Public pays for state failure on constitutional values and good governance
Editorial: Public pays for state failure on constitutional values and good governance
Two court cases – one beginning, one ending – of the past week offer valuable insights into the difficult relationship between the state and...
​Going green: SAA flies high in its maiden tobacco-fuelled flight
​Going green: SAA flies high in its maiden tobacco-fuelled flight
The SAA stewardess was the last to climb into our shuttle. Although wrapped up in a thick navy coat, it was her colourful scarf that gave her...
Concerns persist over state-owned entities
Concerns persist over state-owned entities
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan deliberately avoided the word privatisation in his budget on Wednesday.
Editorial: Give privatisation a fair hearing
Editorial: Give privatisation a fair hearing
It has been impossible to mention the P-word – privatisation – in South African political discourse for many years now. If spoken at all, it...

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