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05-Dec-2019 to 12:18

Ramaphosa orders S/African Airways to be placed under business rescue

APA-Pretoria (South Africa) — President Cyril Ramaphosa has ordered the embattled South African Airways (SAA) to be placed under a business rescue plan, a parliamentary committee said on Thursday.

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02-Dec-2019 to 14:25

S/African taxpayers spend $333m deporting foreigners – Minister

APA-Pretoria (South Africa) — Deporting foreign nationals who live in South Africa illegally has cost the country’s taxpayers some US$333 million in the past five years, APA learnt on Monday.

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21-Nov-2019 to 12:59

S/African Airways resumes limited domestic flights

APA-Johannesburg (South Africa) — Strike-hit South African Airways (SAA) resumed limited domestic flights on Thursday, days after it commenced limited service to selected international and regional destinations.

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20-Nov-2019 to 12:32

Talks to end S/African Airways strike deadlocked

APA-Johannesburg (South Africa) — Wage talks between South African Airways and its striking employees to end a five-day industrial action have collapsed without any resolution, the workers’ representatives announced on Wednesday.

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19-Nov-2019 to 18:28

Rwanda deports three Ugandans

APA - Kigali (Rwanda) — Immigration authorities in Rwanda have deported three Ugandan nationals for illegally entering the country, being the latest incident amidst strained relations between Kigali and Kampala, according to an official correspondence obtained by APA on Tuesday.

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19-Nov-2019 to 14:12

Troubled S/African Airways back in the sky – Official

APA-Johannesburg (South Africa) — South African Airways (SAA) acting chief executive Zuks Ramasia on Tuesday announced that all of the airline’s international flights and a limited number of regional ones have taken to the sky despite the current strike that has affected the state-owned company.

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18-Nov-2019 to 14:39

S/African Airways to resume flights Tuesday

APA-Johannesburg (South Africa) — Taking advantage of the fact that not all of its 5,000 workers have downed tools, the troubled South African Airways (SAA) on Monday announced that it would resume flights to six African destinations.

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