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Action clips wings of former SAA chief

SAA has issued a second summons against former chief executive Khaya Ngqula, this time for more than $3,4-million (R24,8-million).

SAA probe widens in wake of claims against Ngqula

Senior staff at SAA could face charges as prosecutors study forensic reports of wrongdoing under the watch of former CEO Khaya Ngqula.

SAA vs Ngqula: Shocking new details

SAA paid out bonuses of R60,7-million to 153 managers over three years -- at an average of almost R400 000 per employee.

SAA wins praise from MPs for action over Ngqula

A chorus of approval greeted SAA chair Cheryl Carolus after she delivered a report to MPs on actions being taken against the airline's former CEO.

Cosatu welcomes action on high-flying Ngqula

The SAA board's decision to institute action against its former CEO Khaya Ngqula was welcomed by Cosatu and the DA on Tuesday.

SAA targets former CEO Ngqula

The board of South African Airways (SAA) will institute action against its former, CEO Khaya Ngqula, who left the company in March 2009.

Fly in the ointment for Ngqula

The <i>Mail & Guardian</i> reveals a fresh conflict of interest for the SAA boss.

DA calls for SAA chief’s immediate resignation

The DA is calling for the immediate resignation of Khaya Ngqula, the chief executive of South African Airways.

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