south african airways

The trade union says there is little prospect of profits being made at the airline any time in the future.
The R3bn bailout from Treasury will not be enough to save the airline.
The fruits of socialism: it impoverishes everyone equally except the rulers.
The South African Cabin Crew Association lodged a complaint with the Public Protector.
The SAA board chairperson's term came to an end on Friday, but she was asked to stay on.
SAA says Angola is one of four African countries that owe SAA R1billion in unpaid air ticket fees.
Government is reviewing all its options, including using workers' benefits to rescue the failing airline.
Now two banks have refused to extend loans to SAA, which become payable at the end of September.
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