Former president Jacob Zuma was never going to remain the all-powerful and omnipresent political figure that he thought, writes Pieter du Toit.
The Black Business Council has elected Javed Malik as chair of the BBC Transport Portfolio Committee.
It is time that South Africans realise the sale or collapse of SAA must not be an option, according to the former co-chair of a low cost airline.
Grounded low-cost airline Skywise is in the final stages of a shareholder deal with new investors, says co-chair Tabassum Qadir.
Low-cost airlines are concerned about allegations that SAA has assisted its low-cost subsidiary Mango by subleasing aircraft at a significantly discounted cost.
The SA Civil Aviation Authority is one of the best performing institutions in South Africa, according to the co-chairs of suspended low-cost airline Skywise.
Transformation is important and the local aviation industry needs a thorough mop-up for real change to take shape, claims a Skywise co-chair.
The Competition Commission has decided not to refer a complaint by low-cost airline Skywise to the Competition Tribunal, but that is not where the story ends.
Skywise says it would like the commissioner of the Competition Commission to make a speedy investigation of its complaint against Acsa.
Skywise Airlines has lodged a complaint with the Competition Commission regarding the way it claims it was treated by the Airports Company South Africa.
Misplaced emotional appeals cannot provide a sound base for building a solid corporate reputation, says Solly Moeng.
Javed Malik, co-founder of PAK Africa Aviation, is the co-chair of the new Regional Aviation Working Group of the SA Chapter of the BRICS Business Council.
Skywise Airlines has the appointment a new chair, who is a entrepreneur in South Africa and elsewhere on the continent.
It’s a bit rich for SAA to bluster about the air travel industry when it signed off on every one of the steps that created today's situation, says Skywise.
The domestic aviation industry in SA must work together and wise up in the way certain things have to be done, says Skywise Airlines co-chair Javed Malik.
Grounded Skywise says six companies have already expressed interest in buying a sizable stake in the low-cost airline.
Skywise's co-chairs have issued an apology to passengers, employees and suppliers 48 days after its flights were suspended by Acsa.
Acsa maintains all its Skywise decisions have been taken in its best commercial interests to ensure the sustainability of SA’s aviation industry.
The co-chair of the suspended low-cost airline Skywise challenges aviation experts about the difficulties associated with start-up airlines in SA.
Airports Company South Africa has confirmed that a summons was received from Skywise’s legal representatives and explains its own next steps.
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