South African Airways Chief Executive CEO Vuyani Jarana has reportedly resigned, and is prepared to work a three-month notice period until August 31, 2019.
The South African Airways (SAA) board says they were surprised by Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Vuyani Jarana’s decision to tender his resignation.
The Board of South African Airways (SAA) has accepted the resignation of its Group Chief Executive Officer, Vuyani Jarana.
The South African Airways (SAA) Board is expected to issue a statement shortly on the resignation of the state-owned airline’s CEO, Vuyani Jarana.
It’s been a month since the new CEO of South African Airways (SAA) Vuyani Jarana has been at the helm of the country’s national carrier.
The South African Cabin Crew Association has called on South African Airways CEO Vuyani Jarana to stay at the national airline.
Over the weekend, Vuyani Jarana became the second CEO of a parastatal to resign in just two weeks. His resignation as head of South African Airways followed that of Eskom CEO, Phakamani Hadebe.
The SAA CEO, Vuyani Jarana, announced that the national airline would be changing its operating model in efforts to reduce its massive debt.
SAA’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Vuyani Jarana, discusses the strategies which are being implemented since he took office in November 2017.
The National Union of Metalworkers South Africa (Numsa) is calling on government to convene an urgent meeting with all the country’s social partners to deal with the job crisis. The call comes after recent shocking unemployment statistics in the country, which shows that at least 29% of South Africans are without jobs.