Interdicts served on several media recently are a hint at yet another attempt to protect SAA boss Dudu Myeni - at the cost of the national airline.
South African Airways’s new boss, Musa Zwane, believes he can address the company’s problems in five years.
Visa regulations and four other conditions that are giving the South African Airways a bumpy ride.
Finance minister Nhlanhla Nene wants someone who knows the industry to head the SAA board.
Durban gets to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games, SAA losses are lower than last year and 25 days of uninterrupted electricity. Yay Eskom!
South African Airways has announced that after reaching an out of court settlement, Monwabisi Kalawe will resign as chief executive and a director.
Suspended SAA boss Monwabisi Kalawe strikes serious allegations against SAA chairperson, Dudu Myeni, and her drive to "control" all SAA decisions.
Carriers in the region have generally taken home a poor safety report card. Don't write them off yet: there is real hope for the $70-billion industry.
SAA has said it will not honour the business class sale fares it mistakenly offered for its route to Abu Dhabi and has cancelled the tickets.
SA Airways chairperson Dudu Myeni was the victim of a fake offshore bank account hoax to get her fired, various Sunday newspapers reported.
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene approved an additional guarantee for SAA, bringing the total to R14.4-billion, but there are conditions attached.
SAA acting chief executive says his colleagues at Mango Airlines and SAA knew he did not have a degree and they supported him.
Mango Airlines says the academic credentials of South African Airways acting chief executive Nico Bezuidenhout is accurate, contrary to media reports.
The ANC says state-owned enterprises are making negative headlines in the news every day and a new task team will get to the bottom of these problems.
The airline admitted that it was wrong to state that acting chief executive, Nico Bezuidenhout, had qualifications he didn't complete.
With South African Airways in desperate need of a cash injection, an industry expert says the airline must either "shed jobs or "increase routes".