SAA executive to quit

2011-02-25 06:58

SA Airways (SAA) executive Chris Smyth is leaving the airline to take up a position in the information technology sector.

It was not known who would replace him, the airline’s spokesperson Fani Zulu told Business Day newspaper.

Smyth, who was SAA’s general manager of operations, was due to take up a post as a chief financial officer of a JSE listed company from April 1.

He had been with the national carrier since 2006 and was the last remaining member of the former CEO Khaya Ngqula’s executive.

Ngqula was axed from SAA in 2009 after being accused of financial mismanagement.

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