Qatar Airways plans to create a mega-carrier

The Qatari carrier announces a $661m deal for a stake in Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific Airways

Gigaba switches on policy for SAA

The finance mininster’s about-turn comes as the state seeks private sector shareholder for airline

Sanral funding model to be discussed amid e-toll resistance

‘We have an auction scheduled for next week, but will also consider a private placement,’ says the roads agency’s finance chief

SAA will revive plan to find strategic investor, says new CEO

Vuyani Jaran says the airline would like to find an equity partner that can provide cash and operational savings to help turn it around

SAA to meet banks on Tuesday to negotiate refinancing

The banks have, in principle, agreed to extend loan terms, South African Airways CEO Vuyani Jarana says

SAA in row over dismissal of Brazil head

SAA investigated South American head Nelson de Oliveira after a R7.4m payout for music equipment stolen at OR Tambo International

Dudu Myeni has not gone quietly into the post-SAA night

In an interview with The New Age, the former SAA chairwoman takes shots at former finance minister Pravin Gordhan, forensic investigator Paul O’Sullivan ...

Audit shows resistance to e-tolls threatens Sanral’s viability

Auditor-general Kimi Makwetu says the e-tolls debacle presents a material uncertainty about Sanral’s ability to continue as a going concern

WATCH: The worst is behind SAA, says Vuyani Jarana

SAA’s new CEO, Vuyani Jarana, tells Business Day TV about his plans to return the business to profit.

Glittering outlook for iconic Golden Arrow Bus Services

CEO Johnny Copelyn hints at expansion for the iconic Cape Town-based commuter service after listing

Gigaba to appeal judgment on Oppenheimer-owned private terminal

After reversing his decision on allowing the Fireblade terminal, Gigaba says ‘you cannot have a country where unknown people enter and leave as they ...

Santova attributes its good growth to diversification strategy

Expansion of its footprint in the Asia-Pacific region and in Europe/UK meant international operations contributed 66.5% of Santova’s overall profit, from ...

Ryanair sticks to its full-year profit forecast, despite

Forcing pilots to take outstanding leave is one reason why Ryanair has canceled thousands of flights, but it still expects to see a profit of up to ¤1.45bn

Imperial adds to embattled KPMG’s woes, with a review of their relationship

The transport and logistics group says if there are no adequate explanations of the KPMG’s role in ‘state capture’, it will cut ties with the ...

Transnet disavows any links between SAP and the Guptas

The parastatal says it has no knowledge of the R94m the German software giant transferred to Gupta-linked companies

Freight helps Transnet’s profit balloon

Economist warns that cost cuts come at the expense of other players

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