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Johannesburg - The Labour Court granted South African Airways (SAA) a final order against the South African Cabin Crew Association (Sacca) and its members. This was after the court had granted an interim order in favour of the airline on 26 April.

The order interdicts Sacca and its members from embarking on industrial action and declares the industrial action an unprotected strike.
 
“We do not see this as a matter of winners and losers,” SAA spokesperson Tlali Tlali said on Wednesday.
 
“For us the key objective remains focusing on those things we must immediately pay attention to, so that the company remains in business and its employees looked after."

Tlali said those things include exploring avenues that will lead to a resolution of disputed issues between the airline and the affected employees.

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