WATCH: Why the aviation industry still attracts investors

Nedbank Corporate and Investment Banking head of aviation finance James Geldenhuys talks to Business Day TV

Putco becomes next casualty of Covid-19 restrictions

Bus company retrenches more than 200 employees as fewer passengers and high cost of disinfecting buses hits its bottom line

WATCH: Why Greyhound has halted operations

KAP CEO Gary Chaplin talks to Business Day TV about the bus company shutting down

PODCAST | Government has all but abandoned restaurants, says industry association

Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Wendy Alberts, CEO of the Restaurants Association of SA, to discuss the issues

Super Group flags half-year profit rise amid robust UK car sales

Resilient sales and cost-cutting efforts have put the transport and logistics group on track for a rise in pretax profit

Thebe Investment sells tourism unit to its management and Futuregrowth

Thebe Tourism Group’s portfolio includes tourism and hospitality offerings such as the recently launched Kruger Shalati-the Train on the Bridge

EasyJet posts 88% drop in revenue and slashes flights

Europe’s second-largest discount carrier hunkers down as pandemic travel curbs wipe out flight demand

KLM warns of 1,000 job losses in 2021

The Dutch airline also says government plans to require all passengers and crew to pass a Covid-19 test before flying to the country will be detrimental

Maersk calls for military action over surge in piracy off West Africa

The Gulf of Guinea accounts for the most hostages taken in attacks on vessels, says maritime bureau

EU airlines remove non-EU voter rights as per new Brexit rules

Ryanair and Wizz Air Holdings’ will withdraw the  rights from January 1, disenfranchising a majority of its shareholders

WATCH: Will SAA soar under new leadership?

Aviation analyst Linden Birns talks to Business Day TV about SAA and its new board of directors

Airbnb valuation soars past $100bn in trading debut

Airbnb shares more than double in one of the biggest first-day rallies on record

Why City Lodge is upbeat about 2021

The budget hotel chain is seeing occupancies rise after the hard lockdown

Lockdown-hit Tsogo prioritises debt reduction

CEO Du Toit says reinforcement of balance sheet depends on recovery in key gaming operations

Municipalities offer no rate discounts to hotel groups despite job cuts

Of the 68% of Tsogo hotels that were open in October, occupancy levels were a third of levels seen in October 2019


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