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Johannesburg - Wage negotiations between South African Airways (SAA) and four labour unions have certainly not deadlocked, the national airline said on Thursday.

SAA emphasised that it is committed to finding a speedy resolution to its current 2016 wage negotiations with labour unions.

The national carrier commenced wage negotiations on April 11 2016 with four labour unions - the National Transport Movement (NTM), the South African Cabin Crew Association (Sacca), the National Union of Metal Workers Association (Numsa) and the United Association of South Africa (UASA).

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