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    Public Enterprises warns SAA pilots that their business rescue proposals are unaffordable

    The Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) has expressed its appreciation for the cooperation and commitment of the pilots of South African Airways (SAA), expressed through the SAA Pilot’s Association (SAAPA), during the business rescue process for the beleaguered State-owned national flag carrier. The DPE has also “noted” that SAAPA has endorsed the voluntary severance packages (VSPs) that will be offered to each SAA employee should the proposed business rescue plan be approved by the airline’s creditors on July 14. However, the DPE also expressed concern that the SAAPA was seeking benefits for its members that would, in the Department’s words, be “far more costly, more lucrative and financially rewarding for the pilots than any other class of employees at SAA”. The DPE could not agree to the SAAPA’s proposals.

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    Public Enterprises warns SAA pilots that their business rescue proposals are unaffordable

    The Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) has expressed its appreciation for the cooperation and commitment of the pilots of South African Airways (SAA), expressed through the SAA Pilot’s Association (SAAPA), during the business rescue process for the beleaguered State-owned national flag carrier. The DPE has also “noted” that SAAPA has endorsed the voluntary severance packages (VSPs) that will be offered to each SAA employee should the proposed business rescue plan be approved by the airline’s creditors on July 14. However, the DPE also expressed concern that the SAAPA was seeking benefits for its members that would, in the Department’s words, be “far more costly, more lucrative and financially rewarding for the pilots than any other class of employees at SAA”. The DPE could not agree to the SAAPA’s proposals.

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    Unions win important Labour Appeal Court victory in SAA retrenchments case

    In a joint statement, the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) and the South African Cabin Crew Association (Sacca) have welcomed the dismissal, by the Labour Appeal Court, of the appeal by the Business Rescue Practitioners (BRPs) of …

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    Unions win important Labour Appeal Court victory in SAA retrenchments case

    In a joint statement, the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) and the South African Cabin Crew Association (Sacca) have welcomed the dismissal, by the Labour Appeal Court, of the appeal by the Business Rescue Practitioners (BRPs) of …

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    Unions win important Labour Appeal Court victory in SAA retrenchments case

    In a joint statement, the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) and the South African Cabin Crew Association (Sacca) have welcomed the dismissal, by the Labour Appeal Court, of the appeal by the Business Rescue Practitioners (BRPs) of …

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    Global airline body urges major economies to support sustainable aviation fuel

    The International Air Transport Association (Iata), which is the representative body of the global airline industry, has called on the International Energy Agency (IEA) to give priority to investment in sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). Iata made this appeal ahead of the IEA’s Clean Energy Transitions virtual summit The IEA is an intergovernmental organisation with 30 member countries and eight association countries. To be a full member, a country must be also be a member of the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development. One of the association members is South Africa (the only other African association member is Morocco).

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    Global airline body urges major economies to support sustainable aviation fuel

    The International Air Transport Association (Iata), which is the representative body of the global airline industry, has called on the International Energy Agency (IEA) to give priority to investment in sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). Iata made this appeal ahead of the IEA’s Clean Energy Transitions virtual summit The IEA is an intergovernmental organisation with 30 member countries and eight association countries. To be a full member, a country must be also be a member of the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development. One of the association members is South Africa (the only other African association member is Morocco).

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    South African airline announces successful repatriation of South Africans from Middle East

    South African private-sector airline company CemAir has announced the successful conclusion of a repatriation flight which it had operated, bringing South Africans home from Middle Eastern and African countries. The flight, using a CRJ900 90-seat jet airliner (usually employed for regional operations) landed at Johannesburg’s OR Tambo International Airport on Wednesday, carrying 80 South Africans. The repatriated South Africans were brought back from Uganda, Jordan and Iraq. They had been stranded abroad for almost four months. Some of them had been suffering from increasingly straitened circumstances, having to share accommodation or even having to rely on charity, the airline reported.

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    South African airline announces successful repatriation of South Africans from Middle East

    South African private-sector airline company CemAir has announced the successful conclusion of a repatriation flight which it had operated, bringing South Africans home from Middle Eastern and African countries. The flight, using a CRJ900 90-seat jet airliner (usually employed for regional operations) landed at Johannesburg’s OR Tambo International Airport on Wednesday, carrying 80 South Africans. The repatriated South Africans were brought back from Uganda, Jordan and Iraq. They had been stranded abroad for almost four months. Some of them had been suffering from increasingly straitened circumstances, having to share accommodation or even having to rely on charity, the airline reported.

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    Public Enterprises reports nearly all unions have withdrawn objections to SAA packages

    The Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) has announced that all but one of the unions representing staff at South African Airways (SAA), plus the representatives of the non-unionised staff, have now stated that they would not object to the DPE or SAA offering voluntary severance packages (VSPs) to their individual members. The sole exception is the SAA Pilots Association (SAAPA), whose position on the issue, says the DPE, is “unclear at this stage”. “The DPE appreciates the level of …

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