Administrators trying save South African Airways (SAA) will appeal a court ruling that ordered them to halt a layoff process, one of the administrators Siviwe Dongwana told Reuters.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has taken the decision to put South African Airways, the cash-strapped national flag carrier, into voluntary business rescue. Caroline Southey from the Conversation Africa asked Professor Marius Pretorius to explain how the process works.
One of South Africa’s leading travel insurance firms has stopped covering tickets issued by South African Airways (SAA) against insolvency, leaving the fate of the country’s struggling state-run airline hanging in the balance
Democratic Alliance (DA) MP, Alf Lees has called for South African Airways (SAA) to be sold-off.
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) has called for a national boycott of South African Airways (SAA) following the announcement by Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni, that the airline will receive a further R10.5 billion rand bailout from the government in addition to the R16.4 billion it received over the past three years.
The KwaZulu-Natal Economic Development and Tourism Department says British Airways is planning to suspend direct flights between Durban and London due to the coronavirus travel restrictions.
A South African Airways (SAA) flight with 200 South Africans are expected to arrive at the O.R Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg later on Sunday.
About 45 South African citizens are expected to be repatriated from Brazil on Wednesday.
The International Relations Department says it’s working on bringing more South Africans, who are stranded in other countries, back home.
Kenya, Ethiopia, Sudan, Guinea and Mauritania all confirmed their first cases of the new coronavirus on Friday, giving the disease a foothold in 19 countries on the African continent.