*Correction: This article previously stated that the Labour Court ordered SAA to suspend four executives, upon verification this is not correct. The Labour Court has ruled that the scope of investigations currently being conducted into the airline look into the conduct of the four SAA officials.
Johannesburg – The Labour Court has ordered that investigations currently being conducted at South African Airways (SAA) be broadened to look into the conduct of four officials.
The national carrier lost the court bid on Friday to block members of the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) from marching at SAA and SAA Technical, the trade union said in a statement. Among the demands of the union, was to have the executives suspended pending the disciplinary process.