PIC suggested as equity partner for bleeding SAA

DA’s Maynier horrified at idea that pensioners’ money might be used to bail out sick airline

SAA back to sustainable profitability in 2019-20

The troubled airline projects a loss of R4.8bn for 2016-17; its five-year business and turnaround plan is to be presented to Treasury by June

End of the beginning, says Imperial boss Mark Lamberti

The group has not decided on unbundling yet, but first restructuring step has been completed

Imperial warns of forex losses

Logistics group tells shareholders its headline earnings for its financial year to end-June will suffer from ‘higher financing costs’

SAA still in the red but expects to slash losses

Airline tables corporate plan in Parliament detailing how it intends to escape its financial hole

Prasa says it can hike pay and still cut staff costs

Prasa’s offer raises union expectations the agency will offer voluntary severance packages and clamp down on employee costs