Airports Company South Africa

 
Parliament to get update on Fireblade saga
Parliament to get update on Fireblade saga
Parliament's portfolio committee on home affairs is expected to receive an update briefing on Tuesday morning regarding the circumstances surrounding the establishment of Fireblade Aviation....
Agrizzi: ‘I was caught in a cult of bribes’
Agrizzi: ‘I was caught in a cult of bribes’
The Zondo inquiry into state capture kicked off its first sitting of the year with a surprise witness.
Acsa spreads its wings over Africa
Acsa spreads its wings over Africa
The Airports Company South Africa (Acsa) is taking advantage of the opportunities that Africa’s growing economies offer as revenue from its local...
Gigaba promises to explain Fireblade lies
Gigaba promises to explain Fireblade lies
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has reportedly promised to explain the ‘untruths’ he told in relation to his alleged granting of...
No policies, MOU in place for Fireblade, Parliament hears
No policies, MOU in place for Fireblade, Parliament hears
The operation of Fireblade Aviation private air traffic terminal would likely have to continue until a memorandum of understanding and policy were...
Ex-ACSA legal head wants CEO Maseko to feel the Blade
Ex-ACSA legal head wants CEO Maseko to feel the Blade
A request for a high court interdict that would prevent minister of transport Blade Nzimande from reappointing Bongani Maseko as CEO of Airports...
NGO to take Acsa to court for 'censoring' advert featuring Zuma
NGO to take Acsa to court for 'censoring' advert featuring Zuma
"Ripping down these ads smacks of censorship and silences the voices of 700 000 people who care deeply about saving South Africa's...
Airport tariffs to increase
Airport tariffs to increase
Airport tariffs will increase by not more than 37% in the coming three years, the regulator said on Thursday.
The plane crash that wasn't
The plane crash that wasn't
"URGENT-PLANECRASH-ORTAMBO" came over the South African Press Association wires at 7.48am on Tuesday morning.
Acsa reports rise in revenues
Acsa reports rise in revenues
The Airports Company South Africa (Acsa) said total revenues grew by 12% to R3,5-billion, when it released its annual financial results on...
SA runways 'generally' in a good state
SA runways 'generally' in a good state
South African airports' runways are "generally" in a good state and compliant with International Civil Aviation Organisation requirements, the...
Acsa eyes 133% tariff hike
Acsa eyes 133% tariff hike
The Airports Company South Africa (Acsa) has applied for a 132,9% tariff increase, it said in a statement on Thursday.

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