Uber faces stiff fee hike by London

Transport for London says companies with more than 10,000 vehicles would pay £2.9m for a licence from this week

Acsa shrugs off 35.5% tariff drop, upbeat on profit

Acsa has not escaped the current focus on patronage networks in state-owned entities, with the EFF putting pressure on its board in recent months

Numsa demands that airline executives pay back the money

Whistle-blowers at South African Airways Technical are being victimised, says the union

Dudu Myeni's stay at SAA illegal - CIPC tells Gigaba

The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission tells the finance minister Myeni has served three consecutive terms and is ineligible for any further ...

SAA posts surprise profit in July, after R1.4bn quarterly loss

The airline’s turnaround plan includes a 23% cut in flights, executives told MPs

SA Express to table results when going-concern status resolved, says Lynne Brown

The auditor-general is not satisfied the airline can continue operating for the next 12 months — but it is unclear how the issue will be resolved

Fewer SAA domestic flights would be welcome, says Comair

CEO Erik Venter says that about 25% of total seats in the domestic airline market go unsold

Stable oil prices help Comair increase diluted HEPS more than 80%

Cash generated from operations grew 28%, following an investment of R132m in pre-delivery payments towards new aircraft for delivery in 2019

EXCLUSIVE: Dudu Myeni’s stay at SAA may be illegal

The airline failed to file notice that its chairwoman is still on board after her contract expired

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Leak sheds light on new Apple phones

Strings of software code inside of the leaked operating system show the expected three new phones will be called the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X

High Court cancels order for Fenton Gastin to repay R8.2m to Prasa

The default order had previously declared that two contracts entered into ‘in a deliberate attempt to defraud’ Prasa were invalid and Gastin should ...

Transnet CE Gama denies Guptas paid his hotel fee

Siyabonga Gama confirms meeting Gupta lieutenant Salim Essa during Dubai stay, but denies the Guptas paid for him

Uber condemns Sandton taxi violence

Violence flares between Uber and metered taxi drivers following the burning of two vehicles belonging to ride-hailing service drivers

Transnet said to be mulling more retrenchments, with 8,000 jobs in jeopardy

Previous media reports on the issue suggest a second round of retrenchments was opened in May‚ but that Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown thwarted ...

Transnet blames weak economy on low wagon output

Black industrialists who were set up specifically to supply Transnet have been particularly hard hit by the plunge in orders from the parastatal

SA Airlink has a valid scheduled air service licence, CEO Foster says

SA Airlink CEO Rodger Foster says it is not true that Airlink could be operating without a licence by the end of September

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