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Uncertain future for domestic airlines

The uncertainty of a post-Covid-19 airspace makes it even more difficult for the airline industry to forecast its recovery

SAA to operate emergency evacuation flights

Airports company, airlines on notice for mercy flights to evacuate foreigners from South Africa

Trolley tender causes Acsa eruption

Stolen contract exposes rift in the senior ranks at the state airport’s management companies

Acsa courts controversy over ‘unfair’ and inconsistent dismissal of officials

Acting chief executive overturns independent chairperson’s recommendation for final written warning and dismisses employees accused of improper payment processes

OR Tambo SEZ puts Ekurhuleni ahead

It is desirable for investors looking to manufacture and export via air, road or rail

Acsa spreads its wings over Africa

The airports company is drawing on its experience to meet the challenges of the continent

Gigaba promises to explain Fireblade lies

Minister tells parliamentary committee there was no policy for VVIP terminals and accuses the chair of not letting him share his side of the story

No policies, MOU in place for Fireblade, Parliament hears

The minister says he will consult with Cabinet colleagues on how best to formalise the arrangement and create a policy

Ex-ACSA legal head wants CEO Maseko to feel the Blade

​A request for a high court interdict preventing Bongani Maseko from being reappointed as CEO will only be heard later this year

NGO to take Acsa to court for ‘censoring’ advert featuring Zuma

Avaaz.org on Sunday announced that they were taking Airports Company SA (Acsa) to court for removing posters about lion hunting from OR Tambo Airport.

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

"URGENT-PLANECRASH-ORTAMBO" came over the South African Press Association wires at 7.48am on Tuesday morning.

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 Monday.

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.

Kulula.com raises alarm over Acsa financial crisis

Kulula.com and its parent company, Comair Limited, on Monday raised serious concerns about the financial crisis at Acsa.

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Hopefield: Brutal police vs brutalised citizens

The small town’s residents, who say they’ve been terrorised by rogue police officers for years, were unsurprised when Reginald Linnerd was found beaten to death in a holding cell

Western Cape warned not to be complacent about flat-lining Covid-19 cases

The Western Cape, which once had the highest number of Covid-19 cases in South Africa, is seeing a steady decline in active cases

Sisulu axes another water board

Umgeni Water’s board in KwaZulu-Natal was appointed irregularly by her predecessor, the water and sanitation minister claims

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Associate general accountant reveals why she chose to work in the public sector ­– and stayed

Rakshika Danilala is part of the team tasked with auditing the R500-billion fiscal package allocated by government to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic

Accounting for sustainability: A South African case study

The accountancy profession has been recognised and seen its models replicated as successful models for projects that contribute towards the SDGs

Debt management amid Covid-19 and beyond

This webinar on Debt Management, sponsored by Debt Rescue, had its experts share a practical approach to debt management amid this crisis and beyond

NSTF-South32 Awards

All of the awards are made for outstanding contributions to science, engineering, technology and innovation in South Africa

The benefits of being a GEMS member

The scheme offers comprehensive and affordable healthcare options to all public service employees and greater access to better healthcare

The evolution of South Africa’s savings culture

A common misconception is that you need a lot of money to start saving, but this is simply not true – you can start with R50

Tobacco producers welcome new research confirming that cigarette ban has failed

Every day that goes by shows the importance of getting rid of this ban and going back to producing and selling cigarettes as we were before

Cost increases sharing of cigarettes

Many people are questioning whether the ban on tobacco in South Africa is not in fact having the opposite effect of that intended

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