SAA’s new SOS will cost Treasury R21bn

ANC tries to shut media out of presentation to Parliament, while it emerges that the funding will be needed for three years

SAA needs R21bn for success, says CEO Vuyani Jarana

ANC tries to shut media out of presentation to Parliament, while it emerges that the funding will be needed for three years

EasyJet sets sights on business and holiday-tour travellers

CEO Johan Lundgren has named five top managers, led by the appointment of Garry Wilson from TUI Airways to head the holiday wing

Popo Molefe to tackle Transnet

Pravin Gordhan clears out the remaining board members, saying they are unfit to deal with rot at the parastatal

SA Express details problems with East London flight, as it experiences a second incident

SA Express says there was an engine malfunction and the plane returned to the airport; one passenger tells of the trauma and passengers ‘praying in ...

British Airways launches direct flight between Durban and London

MEC for economic development, tourism and environmental affairs is excited to rekindle the relationship between KwaZulu-Natal and Britain

Narendra Modi’s attempts to flog Air India stall at takeoff

The government wants to sell a 76% stake in the 86-year-old airline and offload $5.1bn of its debt in one of India’s biggest divestments

Call for Blade Nzimande to step in over Acsa chief’s reappointment

Acsa group legal counsel wants talks between the acting chairman and CEO Bongani Maseko put on ice

Transnet chairwoman Linda Mabaso resigns

Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan confirms that Mabaso and two nonexecutive directors have stepped down ahead of Friday’s shareholder meeting

Lift for Uber as new transport bill covers the app-based taxi service

Political parties and e-hailing companies welcome the amended legislation which is expected to ease tension in the troubled taxi industry

WATCH: Will more money make SAA work?

Parliamentary standing committee on public accounts chairman Themba Godi talks to Business Day TV about South African Airways

SAA seeks extra R5bn bail-out from state

The hoped-for bail-out for the state-owned airline is in addition to the R10bn from the government in 2017

Imperial turns to Arbee to replace Lamberti

Imperial Holdings has acted quickly in appointing former group chief financial officer Osman Arbee as CEO after the exit of Mark Lamberti

Directors quit Acsa board after Nzimande comments

Simelane and Mabela cite political overreach and the minister’s inference that they are linked to the Gupta family

Mark Lamberti urges ‘sensitivity and humility’ in redressing the past

Lamberti also apologises to staff for the difficulties related to Adila Chowan and race controversy

Uber is ‘doubling down’ on its investments in India

India accounts for more than 10% of Uber rides globally and it operates in 30 of its cities, but rival Ola operates in 110 and has 45% of the market share there

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