South African Airways

 
Give SAA a year or two to recover — Gordhan
Give SAA a year or two to recover — Gordhan
South African Airways (SAA) is making financial improvements, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan said.
Fraudulent SAA pilot to appear in court
Fraudulent SAA pilot to appear in court
Disgraced pilot William Chandler will make an appearance in court following his arrest on Monday for flying for South African Airways using faked...
Read the latest edition of the Mail & Guardian here
Read the latest edition of the Mail & Guardian here
The party is employing ‘jump, don’t push’ tactics for removing compromised candidates
SAA licence fraud claims another scalp
SAA licence fraud claims another scalp
The scandal of the senior SAA pilot with a forged licence has resulted in the suspension of the airline’s highest-ranking official responsible...
Unembargoed: March 1 — 7
Unembargoed: March 1 — 7
For 20 years he transported passengers without a licence, until a mid-air ‘incident’
Educate state to use graft for growth
Educate state to use graft for growth
Understandably, many South Africans are anxious about recent events. Having survived the Guptas, many believe corruption poses the greatest threat...
Eskom, state-owned enterprises, law and order — Ramaphosa's uphill battle
Eskom, state-owned enterprises, law and order — Ramaphosa's uphill battle
With just hours before President Cyril Ramaphosa begins his second State of the Nation address, senior Mail & Guardian journalists unpack the...
Ethiopian Airline’s Achilles heel
Ethiopian Airline’s Achilles heel
Ethiopian Airlines is now the continent’s largest airline by fleet size, passenger numbers, revenue and profit — an astonishing success...
Mad scramble to secure broke SAA December salaries
Mad scramble to secure broke SAA December salaries
Crippled state airline South African Airways cash crunch could steal the festive cheer for employees there as they were informed their December...
Uncaptured: Newsroom weaknesses and the trap of false narratives
Uncaptured: Newsroom weaknesses and the trap of false narratives
Investigative journalists helped pull South Africa back from a precipice by exposing the depth of state capture. But they are now staring into...
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...
High-level turbulence rocks SAA
High-level turbulence rocks SAA
Embattled airline SAA could be flying into a spot of bother as divisions at the top of the state-owned entity are threatening to scupper its...

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