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Comair, the JSE-listed airline operator, has suspended flights to a number of Southern African countries due to travel restrictions forced on it by the coronavirus outbreak.

The operator of low-cost carrier kulula.com said on Thursday the decision followed President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement of drastic measures to curb the spread of coronavirus and the subsequent promulgation of travel restrictions in SA and other governments in Southern Africa...

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