22.10.2019 11:00 am
Irregular findings were picked up during a recent audit of one of Comair and SAA’s maintenance and technical service providers, South African Airways Technical.
In a statement on Tuesday morning, airline operator Comair, which runs British Airways and kulula.com in South Africa, confirmed that the compliance interruption to their schedule would not be long-lasting.
Slashing the time it took investors to get licences and permits and prioritising immigration reform to attract skilled workers, the wheels are in motion.
He says reporters have sensitive information pertaining to the minister of public enterprises.
Years of interference at Eskom have left the country lagging behind, but a new plan is ready to roll.
There is no plan to privatise Eskom – instead the entity must play a central role in the future energy mix and lead in climate change technology.
The businessman tried to blame being placed under scrutiny on a ‘cabal’, but the minister has accused him of trying deflect to avoid being held accountable.
The bureau received a qualified audit opinion from the Auditor-General for several reasons, an improvement from its disclaimer opinion last year.
The controversial publisher and businessman has declared the raid part of an ‘orchestrated campaign’ against him.
Old Mutual says a more appropriate sanction if they are found guilty of contempt of court would ‘among other things’ be a suspended sentence, a fine or a warning.
The company’s CEO says a strategic partnership with SA Taxi will see it gain a bigger share of the minibus taxi tyre market.
Steps have been taken to minimise impact on operations should an unprotected strike take place.
Zama Xalisa is allegedly guilty of ‘lack of diligence and judicious execution of duties’, but the board hasn’t yet explained what this means.
It has also invested almost R20 million in a packing plant to support the commencement of its export operations and local assembly of its Hilux model in Kenya.
A merger between two of Eskom’s biggest coal suppliers brings with it major risks, both to Eskom and the rest of the country.
He wants the board members to pay in their personal capacity, which might have serious implications for directors in corporate SA.