Corporate Affairs

  • 0

    Fastjet flags going concern doubt again as restructuring plan in jeopardy

    Fastjet on Monday warned again that it would not be able to continue as a going concern if the South African low-cost carrier could not carry out its restructuring proposal by the end of March due to a shortage of funds. The company, which lost its tur…

  • 0

    Fastjet flags going concern doubt again as restructuring plan in jeopardy

    Fastjet on Monday warned again that it would not be able to continue as a going concern if the South African low-cost carrier could not carry out its restructuring proposal by the end of March due to a shortage of funds. The company, which lost its tur…

  • 0

    Dube TradePort facilitating growth in KwaZulu-Natal

    The King Shaka International Airport in KwaZulu-Natal continued to experience steady growth in passenger volumes over the December festive season, with international passenger volumes up by 9% and domestic passenger volumes up by 12%, DubeTrade Port Co…

  • 0

    Dube TradePort facilitating growth in KwaZulu-Natal

    The King Shaka International Airport in KwaZulu-Natal continued to experience steady growth in passenger volumes over the December festive season, with international passenger volumes up by 9% and domestic passenger volumes up by 12%, DubeTrade Port Co…

  • 0

    Relief as SAA is able to pay workers their January salaries

    Following concerns over whether South African Airways would have been able to pay employees’ salaries this month, it has now been confirmed that the embattled State-owned airline has the money available to do so – at least for January. SAA informed employees on Friday that it will pay salaries on the normal scheduled payment dates for January. A spokesperson for SAA’s business rescue practitioners said although there is still no sign of the R2-billion promised by government, SAA employees will receive their January salaries.

  • 0

    Relief as SAA is able to pay workers their January salaries

    Following concerns over whether South African Airways would have been able to pay employees’ salaries this month, it has now been confirmed that the embattled State-owned airline has the money available to do so – at least for January. SAA informed employees on Friday that it will pay salaries on the normal scheduled payment dates for January. A spokesperson for SAA’s business rescue practitioners said although there is still no sign of the R2-billion promised by government, SAA employees will receive their January salaries.

  • 0

    Road freight emissions can be cut by up to 46%, suggests new framework

    As the primary method for freight transportation in South Africa, road freight, excluding passenger freight, emits about 16.8-million tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) a year, making it the second largest contributor to carbon emissions, after electricity. …

  • 0

    Road freight emissions can be cut by up to 46%, suggests new framework

    As the primary method for freight transportation in South Africa, road freight, excluding passenger freight, emits about 16.8-million tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) a year, making it the second largest contributor to carbon emissions, after electricity. …

  • 0

    South African aviation sector scores well in punctuality ranking

    Two State-owned aviation sector companies have recently and separately been ranked highly in terms of on-time performance (OTP) for last year, in international surveys. They are South African Airways (SAA) and Airports Company South Africa (Acsa).

  • 0

    Dubai Airports single-use plastics ban in effect

    In a bid to manage its environmental impact, international airports authority Dubai Airports Company reports that its self-imposed ban on single-use plastics at both of Dubai’s airports has been put into effect from the beginning of this month.  

Page 20 of 646« First...10...1819202122...304050...Last »

Khudu Technologies © 2015 . All rights reserved.