South African Airways

 
​Two suspensions and two new appointments at SAA
​Two suspensions and two new appointments at SAA
State-owned carrier...
Parastatals: Privatisation won’t solve the crisis
Parastatals: Privatisation won’t solve the crisis
South Africa’s state-owned enterprises (SOEs) are in crisis.
​Cabinet reshuffle: A new dawn in the economic cluster
​Cabinet reshuffle: A new dawn in the economic cluster
Less than two weeks after he hinted that change was coming, President Cyril Ramaphosa made sweeping changes to his cabinet, including the return of...
SOEs could undo the best laid plans
SOEs could undo the best laid plans
In the past few months, much work has been done to stabilise the country’s most precarious state-owned enterprises (SOEs) but it is nowhere near...
Shaking up Eskom matters for South Africa's economy
Shaking up Eskom matters for South Africa's economy
South Africa’s power utility Eskom has seen a remarkable leadership shake up in the past few days. Almost the entire board has been replaced with...
#ANC54 to turn up the heat up on radical economic change plans
#ANC54 to turn up the heat up on radical economic change plans
The ANC national conference is over the hurdle of vetting credentials, and will also soon have appointed new party leadership. But still ahead is a...
Student loan plan shot down
Student loan plan shot down
Critics of the Heher commission’s report on tertiary education funding reform say the proposals rely unrealistically on the goodwill of private...
Fiscal risks grow at alarming rate
Fiscal risks grow at alarming rate
As a parking novice in Cape Town, I was astonished by the R132 invoice that awaited me when I returned to the car I had left in front of Parliament...
Ante upped in varsity fees showdown
Ante upped in varsity fees showdown
University campuses and the #FeesMustFall movement have been eerily calm in 2017, but as the year draws to a close the burning issue of free higher...
No end to SAA’s nightmares
No end to SAA’s nightmares
The nation’s beleaguered airline has breathing room until October 31 — Halloween, after which its debt demons may return to haunt it with a...
State-owned enterprises shouldn’t be used as pawns in South African politics
State-owned enterprises shouldn’t be used as pawns in South African politics
State-owned enterprises are vital to many economies, but are particularly vital to those seeking economic development.
Gigaba sips from chalice he poisoned
Gigaba sips from chalice he poisoned
The pressure is building on Malusi Gigaba, who has been deposited in the finance ministry at a time when the smartest possible decisions have to be...

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