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    SA Express escapes liquidation for now

    South African state airline SA Express escaped liquidation on Tuesday, after a judge granted a three-month delay in liquidation proceedings, giving the government more time to clarify its plans for the domestic and regional carrier. SA Express, a diffe…

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    SA Express escapes liquidation for now

    South African state airline SA Express escaped liquidation on Tuesday, after a judge granted a three-month delay in liquidation proceedings, giving the government more time to clarify its plans for the domestic and regional carrier. SA Express, a diffe…

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    Commonwealth urges members to focus on care of seaborne economies

    Commonwealth secretary-general Patricia Scotland urges governments to ensure their countries’ post-Covid-19 economic recoveries are environmentally sustainable and safe for the ocean.

    She also asks that they reform their development of strategies in a way that supports vibrant and sustainable “blue and green” economies.

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    Commonwealth urges members to focus on care of seaborne economies

    Commonwealth secretary-general Patricia Scotland urges governments to ensure their countries’ post-Covid-19 economic recoveries are environmentally sustainable and safe for the ocean.

    She also asks that they reform their development of strategies in a way that supports vibrant and sustainable “blue and green” economies.

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    SAA creditors vote to extend business rescue plan publication yet again

    The majority of South African Airways’ (SAA’s) creditors voted on June 8 to postpone the publication of the business rescue plan for the State-owned airline until June 15. Their vote was requested by the business rescue practitioners for SAA. The BRPs called the vote in response to a request from the trade unions representing the majority of SAA’s personnel. These were the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa, the South African Cabin Crew Association and the South African Airways Pilots Association. 

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    SAA creditors vote to extend business rescue plan publication yet again

    The majority of South African Airways’ (SAA’s) creditors voted on June 8 to postpone the publication of the business rescue plan for the State-owned airline until June 15. Their vote was requested by the business rescue practitioners for SAA. The BRPs called the vote in response to a request from the trade unions representing the majority of SAA’s personnel. These were the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa, the South African Cabin Crew Association and the South African Airways Pilots Association. 

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    Transnet reopens Pretoria freight line

    State-owned Transnet has reopened its freight line from the Pretoria complex to Pyramid station, following years of closure owing to challenges with cable theft and sabotage. The line has been out of operation since August 2014 owing to the theft of si…

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    Transnet reopens Pretoria freight line

    State-owned Transnet has reopened its freight line from the Pretoria complex to Pyramid station, following years of closure owing to challenges with cable theft and sabotage. The line has been out of operation since August 2014 owing to the theft of si…

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    PRASA dismisses four senior officials over procurement irregularities

    Following allegations of impropriety in the awarding of security-related tenders, and a disciplinary inquiry, the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) has dismissed four senior officials in its protection services department, who have been fou…

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    PRASA dismisses four senior officials over procurement irregularities

    Following allegations of impropriety in the awarding of security-related tenders, and a disciplinary inquiry, the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) has dismissed four senior officials in its protection services department, who have been fou…

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