Pietermaritzburg Airport still grappling with compliance issues

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The Oribi Airport terminal building.
The Oribi Airport terminal building.
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The Pietermaritzburg Airport is still grappling with some compliance issues that previously threatened its operating licence.

Msunduzi Municipality had managed to address more than 100 findings that had been brought to its attention during an audit by the South African Cabin Crew Association (Sacca).

Sustainable development and city enterprises head, Felix Nxumalo, on Thursday told the executive committee (Exco) the City now had only 25 findings outstanding.

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