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Labour court dismisses unions’ bid to stop SAA job cuts

The labour court on Friday dismissed an application by two trade unions to interdict South African Airways (SAA) from retrenching workers after the airline's...

SA Express hopes to receive money owed by troubled carrier SAA

State-owned airline SA Express Airways said on Wednesday it was hoping cash-strapped national carrier South African Airways would prioritise paying money it owes the...

SAA to undergo ‘radical restructuring’

South African Airways (SAA) is to "go through a radical restructuring process which will ensure its financial and operational sustainability", the public enterprises department...

SAA international flights to resume

South African Airways (SAA) will resume international flights from Sunday. Domestic flights however remain cancelled until Monday. eNCA reports that the airline is working to “re-accommodate...

SAA in talks with unions, CCMA to end ‘mother of all...

Management of embattled state-owned entity South African Airways (SAA) are currently in talks with striking unions and the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration...

SAA hit by crippling strike but international passengers have no idea

South African Airways (SAA) workers on Friday embarked on an indefinite strike for higher wages and against the national carrier’s retrenchment plan, forcing the...

Restructuring, wage negotiations separate processes – SAA interim CFO

South African Airways on Tuesday said the restructuring process and wage negotiations at the national carrier were separate processes. "Both these processes are necessary in...

I’ll get to bottom of state capture – Judge Zondo

Promising to leave no stone unturned, head of the State Capture Inquiry Judge Raymond Zondo yesterday described state capture as being about a network...

Today, 28 years, ago Helderberg 747 crashes near Mauritius

South African Airways (SAA) aircraft, the Helderberg 747, crashed into the Indian Ocean near Mauritius, killing all 159 people on board on 28 November...