The National Union of Metal Workers has threatened South African Airways with further legal action unless they involve former Chief Executive Officer Vuyani Jarana in the business rescue process in order to save workers’ jobs at the national carrier.
Trade union Numsa has called on South African Airways to refrain from – what they say – is misleading the public, by attributing the national carrier’s financial and operational woes to the recent strike.
Public Enterprises Minister, Pravin Gordhan has assured South Africans that SAA is committed to remain open for business.
South African Airways (SAA) has confirmed paying its workers the remaining 50% of their salaries. On Wednesday, the embattled national carrier only paid workers half their salaries.
Operations at South African Airways (SAA) will return to normal from Friday evening – with salaries being paid as scheduled later this month.