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State-owned airlines owe government R850 million

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State-owned airlines South African Airways (SAA), Mango and SA Express owe government entities R854 million, OUTA has revealed, as it warns that government and...

South African airline SA Express escapes liquidation for now

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South African state airline SA Express escaped liquidation on Tuesday, after a judge granted a three-month delay in liquidation proceedings, giving the government more...

SA Express suspends operations

South African state-owned airline SA Express would suspend operations from Wednesday until further notice because of recent developments, including the impact of a rapidly...

Hope for SA Express

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Public Enterprises Deputy Minister Phumulo Masualle says there is a commercial case for SA Express and it can play a role as a feeder...

SA Express seeking legal advice

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]The board of SA Express is seeking legal advice after a high court decision ordering the airline be placed under business rescue. “The SA Express...

SA Express to lay charges against former executives

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South African Express is preparing to lay fraud and corruption charges against some of its former executives. SA Express chairperson Tryphosa Ramano said the airline’s...

SA Express to resume Mthatha route

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SA Express is scheduled to resume its Johannesburg to Mthatha flight operations later this week. The airline is set to reintroduce this route from Thursday...

SA Express cancels flights to Mthatha

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South African Express (SA Express) has cancelled flights on its Johannesburg-Mthatha route. This follows the Civil Aviation Authority’s decision to downgrade Mthatha airport effective from...

Senior appointments at SA Express

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Three senior personnel have been named by troubled local airline SA Express as part of its recovery strategy. The airline, which falls under...

SA Express, SAA merger underway

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The process to merge South African Express (SA Express) with South African Airways (SAA) is underway, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan said...

SA Express’ imminent take off welcomed

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Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises has welcomed Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan's announcement that SA Express will resume flights as early...

SAA Act transferred back to Public Enterprises

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President Cyril Ramaphosa has transferred the administration of the South African Airways Act, and accompanying functions, from the Minister of Finance back...

SA Express board appoints new acting CEO

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The Board of South African Express Airways, with concurrence from Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan, has appointed Siza Mzimela as the new...

Solidarity looking for answers over Xaba’s time at SA Express

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Trade union Solidarity is seeking clarity on Victor Xaba's role as Acting CEO of SA Express and his role in a controversial...

SA Express grounding is “impact of corruption and malfeasance”

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The grounding of State-owned regional airline SA Express is, according to Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan, "a classic example of the impact...

Plans to merge SAA, Mango and SA Express

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South African Airways (SAA), SA Express and Mango are to be merged, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan said on Thursday. Briefing media at...

Review to merge SAA, SA Express at an advanced stage

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Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba says the work of assessing the viability of a merger between South African Airways and SA Express is...

South Africa mulls state-owned airlines merger, seek minority equity partner

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South Africa will explore merging two of its state-owned airlines, South African Airways (SAA) and SA Express, and seek a minority equity...

SA Express becomes Bombardier service facility

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Bombardier has appointed South African Express Airways as its first commercial aircraft authorised service facility in Africa, after giving it authorisation to...

New board, make-over for SA Express

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Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba has announced a new board of directors for state-owned airline South African Express (SAX), while urging the...

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