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Johannesburg - The state's low-cost airline Mango has a new boss at a time of growing pressure on both Mango and parent airline South African Airways (SAA), Netwerk24 reported on Thursday.

Nic Vlok has been appointed acting head of Mango in place of Nico Bezuidenhout, who resigned earlier this year.

The leaked report on South African Airways' financial performance for the quarter to end-June appears to indicate underlying tensions between Mango and SAA management.

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