It should be frowned upon for a minister or proxy to call a CEO of a state entity enquiring about opportunities for comrades, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
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A number of new popular businesses, many of them leveraging emerging technologies, were created in what proved to be a very difficult decade for SA companies.
A passenger has died at OR Tambo International Airport while boarding a local flight from Johannesburg to Cape Town.
Airline FlySafair is investigating an alleged racism incident on one of its flights.
A FlySafair flight had to circle Robben Island for almost two hours to burn off fuel so it could land safely when a technical error was detected shortly after take-off, the company has said.
Safair CEO Elmar Conradie has been with the company since 2005 when he started as chief financial officer, before taking over the reins as CEO in 2015.
It comes with no luggage and at least some cost – but can still come in at a pretty decent saving.
Low-cost airline FlySafair has partnered with consumer credit solutions provider, the RCS Group, to enable more South Africans take to the skies.
SA Rugby has announced that FlySafair had been appointed as the official domestic carrier for the Springboks and SA Rugby.
Low-cost carrier FlySafair has made a profit in 2016 despite a tough trading environment, with low economic growth and an over-supply of seats on domestic routes.
FlySafair has repeated its offer to buy loss-making Mango Airlines, with CEO Elmar Conradie saying a takeover will help it sustain lower fares for air travellers.
Focus on what consumers actually want instead of trying to copy US and European aviation liberation models, say the CEOs of Comair and Flysafair..
If SA insists on having a national carrier, why not let those with a proven track record do the job? asks Ferial Haffajee.
A FlySafair flight from Cape Town to Johannesburg had to turn around and head back to the Mother City owing to a 'minor technical issue', according to the company.
Safair CEO Elmar Conradie shares some views on the aviation industry in SA - especially in the low-cost sector where Flysafair operates.
The Advertising Standards Authority of South Africa has dismissed a complaint laid against FlySafair’s recent “score a 4” promotion.
FlySafair has become the first local low-cost carrier to offer card payments on all of its flights, enabling passengers to use their credit and debit cards to purchase refreshments.
Low-cost airline FlySafair has been ranked the world’s most on-time airline by air travel intelligence specialist OAG.
Low-cost airline FlySafair's CFO Pieter Richards offers some budgeting advice.
A big reduction in airport charges due to be implemented by Airports Company SA is by no means a guarantee that airfares will go down, says an industry expert.
FlySafair expects to turn a profit in the second half of this year, despite fighting a price war with key rivals in the local domestic space, says FlySafair CEO Elmar Conradie.
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