SAA has advised its customers to contact its call centre or their travel agents to make alternate flight arrangements or request a refund.
The South African Cabin Crew Association (SACCA) has described as self-sabotage SAA's decision to cancel all its domestic, regional and international flights scheduled for Friday and Saturday.
South African Airways has cancelled all its domestic, regional and international flights scheduled for Friday and Saturday.
The Business Forum and the Business Council have emerged as central pillars of our BRICS formation. These are the words of President Cyril Ramaphosa who joined his four counterparts at the conclusion of the business segment of this year’s BRICS summit in Brazil.
Moringa farming, agro-processing and sales may be one of the ways to help grow the economy of the country.
Two unions have given SAA notice to go on strike.
The Public Investment Corporation (PIC) has confirmed that it has filed liquidation proceedings against Sekunjalo Independent Media.
The Africa Investment Forum continues in Johannesburg.
Fuel stations along Nigeria's land borders have closed and prices have spiked after customs authorities banned deliveries of petroleum products to stations within 20 kilometres of the border in an attempt to curb smuggling.
Embattled state-owned entity South African Airways (SAA) has sought to clarify why it plans to proceed with its restructuring process that will result in job losses.
Four more companies have been liquidated through the High Court in Pretoria in the ongoing process to recoup money lost by creditors and depositors in the liquidated VBS Mutual Bank.
Agri-SA says the agricultural sector is facing tough financial times because of the ongoing drought. Farmers are planting less, livestock is dying and jobs are being lost
South African Airways (SAA) says it's about to start talking to unions about its restructuring plans which include cutting more than 900 jobs to stem severe financial losses.
Labour union NUMSA says the planned retrenchments of some 944 South African Airways employees are a ploy by the national carrier to get workers to drop their wage demands.
The South African Transport and Allied Workers Union say the national carrier South African Airways (SAA) did not consult them about the possible retrenchments.
The Africa Investment Conference continues in Johannesburg on Tuesday.
Transnet Acting Chief Executive Officer Mohammed Mohamedy says the R22-billion investment that the company pledged at the second South Africa Investment Summit last week -is in line with key projects contained in the company's corporate plans.
Western Cape Finance and Economic Opportunities Minister David Maynier says the decision to shut down some of the operations at ArcelorMittal in Saldanha will be a huge blow to the regional economy of Saldanha Bay.
South African business magnate Allan Gray has died aged 81, after suffering a heart attack over the weekend while in Bermuda.
President Cyril Ramaphosa said the AFTCA will be a game changer for investment and business opportunities in the next ten years for Africa.
Gauteng premier David Makhura has utilised the opening ceremony of the Africa Investment Forum underway in Sandton to showcase economic opportunities that the province has to offer.
The focus of the international investor community will be on the rest of Africa with the hosting of the second Africa Investment Forum this week.
The African Development Bank will on Monday host the second edition of the Africa Investment Forum. The 3 day event will be held at the Sandton Convention Centre north of Johannesburg.
Former Eskom Chairperson and Business man Reuel Khoza says Eskom could perform better if all the directors who proved their capabilities at the power utility could be asked to come back.
Pressure is mounting on municipalities to enforce credit control measures amid spiralling debts.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party said the opposition Labour Party would spend an extra 1.2 trillion pounds ($1.5 trillion) over the next five years if it wins power in an election on December 12, British newspapers reported on Saturday.
VBS Mutual Bank liquidator Anoosh Rooplal says many municipalities have lodged their claims to the insolvent estate of the bank during the liquidator's second meeting of creditors.
China's foreign trade registered stable growth in the first 10 months of 2019 by expanding 2.4 percent year on year, the General Administration of Customs said Friday.
VBS Mutual Bank liquidator, Anoosh Rooplal says many municipalities have lodged their claims in the insolvent estate of the bank during the liquidator's second meeting of creditors.
Consumers are being warned against falling into a debt trap as festive season shopping kicks off at the end of the month.