Solidarity and Safair still disagree

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Dublin - It turns out that union Solidarity and Safair, the holding company of low-cost airline FlySafair, still do not see eye to eye.

Solidarity told Fin24 on Thursday it denies Safair's statement on Wednesday that the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) dismissed the union's appeal on the grounds that it was attempting to exercise organisational rights it was not entitled to.

According to the CCMA, it rescinded its earlier decision as having been "erroneous" and substituted it with what Solidarity regards as a submission that provides the union with legal protection to proceed with industrial action if so mandated by its members.

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