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    SAA makes new offer to unions as strike nears

    South African Airways has made a new offer to unions in a bid to avert a looming strike at the national flag carrier.  Phakamile Hlubi-Majola, the spokesperson for the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa said on Thursday morning that the new offer would be put to the union members at a meeting today. About 3 000 members of Numsa and the South African Cabin Crew Association are planning to start a strike in the early hours of Friday morning at SAA and SAA Technical. The struggling State-owned airline, in turn, has scrapped all domestic, regional, and international flights on Friday and Saturday, with the exception of a few international flights.

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    SAA makes new offer to unions as strike nears

    South African Airways has made a new offer to unions in a bid to avert a looming strike at the national flag carrier.  Phakamile Hlubi-Majola, the spokesperson for the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa said on Thursday morning that the new offer would be put to the union members at a meeting today. About 3 000 members of Numsa and the South African Cabin Crew Association are planning to start a strike in the early hours of Friday morning at SAA and SAA Technical. The struggling State-owned airline, in turn, has scrapped all domestic, regional, and international flights on Friday and Saturday, with the exception of a few international flights.

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    SAA cancels flights scheduled for Friday and Saturday

    South African Airways said on Thursday it had cancelled nearly all its domestic, regional and international flights scheduled for Friday and Saturday after unions announced plans to strike over wages. Only flights operated by South African Airways woul…

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    SAA cancels flights scheduled for Friday and Saturday

    South African Airways said on Thursday it had cancelled nearly all its domestic, regional and international flights scheduled for Friday and Saturday after unions announced plans to strike over wages. Only flights operated by South African Airways woul…

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    Unions warn of ‘mother of all strikes’ at SAA on Friday if demands are not met

    If their demands are not met, the “mother of all strikes” will start at South African Airways and SAA Technical on Friday morning, unions warned at a media briefing in Johannesburg on Wednesday.  The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa and the South African Cabin Crew Association said the strike would begin a 4am on Friday morning. Earlier on Wednesday SAA leadership confirmed it had received a strike notice. According to the unions, who say they represent more than 3 000 workers at the airline, a 48-hour notice to strike has been submitted. Cabin crew, check-in staff and technical staff will be involved.

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    Unions warn of ‘mother of all strikes’ at SAA on Friday if demands are not met

    If their demands are not met, the “mother of all strikes” will start at South African Airways and SAA Technical on Friday morning, unions warned at a media briefing in Johannesburg on Wednesday.  The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa and the South African Cabin Crew Association said the strike would begin a 4am on Friday morning. Earlier on Wednesday SAA leadership confirmed it had received a strike notice. According to the unions, who say they represent more than 3 000 workers at the airline, a 48-hour notice to strike has been submitted. Cabin crew, check-in staff and technical staff will be involved.

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    Unions balk as South African State-owned firms gear up to cut jobs

    South Africa’s post office is cutting several hundred jobs, the second state-owned company in as many days to detail plans to lay off workers as the government looks to slash its wage bill. Finance Minister Tito Mboweni signaled last month he’s intent on lowering the government’s payroll costs, which consume 35% of national spending. The cuts are part of a plan to defend the nation’s last remaining investment-grade credit rating, which has a negative outlook.

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    Unions balk as South African State-owned firms gear up to cut jobs

    South Africa’s post office is cutting several hundred jobs, the second state-owned company in as many days to detail plans to lay off workers as the government looks to slash its wage bill. Finance Minister Tito Mboweni signaled last month he’s intent on lowering the government’s payroll costs, which consume 35% of national spending. The cuts are part of a plan to defend the nation’s last remaining investment-grade credit rating, which has a negative outlook.

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    ‘Technically insolvent’ SAA says it is at a precipice as strike looms

    The leadership of struggling flag carrier South African Airways has said that questions around its ability to continue operating as a going concern were behind its failure to table its annual report for the 2018-19 financial year. SAA was briefing Par…

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    ‘Technically insolvent’ SAA says it is at a precipice as strike looms

    The leadership of struggling flag carrier South African Airways has said that questions around its ability to continue operating as a going concern were behind its failure to table its annual report for the 2018-19 financial year. SAA was briefing Par…

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