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SAA Technical flies into salary storm

Maintenance division is first SAA subsidiary to declare hardship to staff as travel ban effects grow at the state-owned airline

SAA rescuers give affected parties two options: Wind down or liquidate

As SAA subsidiaries declare hardship to staff, business-rescue practitioners urge them to sign agreements to save severance payouts

SAA to operate emergency evacuation flights

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

SAA strike is a lose-lose situation

The industrial action will cost the airline R52m a day. But the unions are angry about more than money

SAA executive accused of spying

The airline, already plagued by insecurity and spying claims, has suspended an official after it used hidden cameras to track him

​Former SAA interim CEO Bezuidenhout set to return to embattled airline

Nico Bezuidenhout, who left Mango in 2016 to join regional low-cost airline Fastjet, will be the latest name to be unveiled by SAA’s board

SAA recovery plan loses direction

Despite millions being spent on consultants and assurances of a turnaround, the state’s airline has ‘nothing to show for it’

SAA licence fraud claims another scalp

A department head has been suspended for allegedly trying to cover up for the disgraced pilot

Fake SAA pilot flew under radar

For 20 years he transported passengers without a licence, until a mid-air ‘incident’

Mad scramble to secure broke SAA December salaries

SAA has received R15-billion in government bailouts in the last year

SAA flights’ failure to take off may down state airline

A related problem is that its maintenance and repair company could lose lucrative contracts

SAA links to Bain raise red flag

Elements in the state-owned entity were apparently determined to pass work on to the controversial company

SAA pilotless amid turbulence

A report reveals that weak financial controls are at the centre of the airline’s woes

Now SAA has landed at the CCMA

Former staff accuse ‘turnaround’ chief executive of purging those who fail to do his bidding

We haven’t decided on number of Air Chefs layoffs yet ― SAA

​Air Chefs, the catering arm of SAA, has launched a consultation process with unions that may lead to job losses

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