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SAA creditors give go-ahead on rescue plan

Unions and staff representatives have agreed to severance packages for about 2 700 employees who will lose their jobs.

Without a clear plan, SAA stood no chance

Despite R50 billion being pumped into the state airline, the current collapse was always likely thanks to political appointees, corruption and the ANC not deciding what it wanted out of SAA, writes Sabelo Skiti

Gordhan announces an executive chairperson for crisis-hit SAA

‘Unique’ situation effectively gives airline two CEOs

SAA set for showdown with labour

Unions cite board apathy and lack of communication as they prepare for a strike that could cripple the state airline’s operations

Yet another SAA exec suspended

Vuyi Raseroka is the latest executive at the crisis-prone airline to have their wings clipped

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’

LIVESTREAM: SAA board briefing on Jarana’s resignation

The board of SAA will brief the media on the resignation of chief executive Vuyani Jarana

Rumours swirl that key SOEs will report to Mabuza

In the past week, factions have used Jarana’s resignation as a tool in a bid to shake the powers of Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan

Inside the SAA battle: Throwing toys and bugging boardrooms

The chief executive has resigned but most unions are backing him and the board has yet to respond

Government ineptitude taints Pravin

With the state not taking tough decisions on its struggling state-owned enterprises, Gordhan’s detractors will continue to question his agenda

SAA, Jarana impasse turns nasty with probe into leaked resignation letter

The resigned SAA CEO is now under investigation over the leaking of his resignation letter to the media

LISTEN:Understanding the state of SAA

M&G investigative journalist Sabelo Skiti spoke to Eusebius McKaiser about SAA after their CEO resigned at the weekend

Mad scramble to secure broke SAA December salaries

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

High-level turbulence rocks SAA

An atmosphere of mistrust hangs over the airline’s board, its chief executive and its minister

SAA needs R3.5 billion by March, says interim CFO

SAA has been working closely with National Treasury and the department of public enterprises to steer itself to profitability

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