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    Two South African airports just got official new names

    Two secondary airports – and one fairly big city – have official new names from Tuesday. Arts and culture minister Nathi Mthethwa recognised the new names by publication in the Government Gazette, alongside a handful of registrations of existing geographic names, and some spelling corrections.

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    Two South African airports just got official new names

    Two secondary airports – and one fairly big city – have official new names from Tuesday. Arts and culture minister Nathi Mthethwa recognised the new names by publication in the Government Gazette, alongside a handful of registrations of existing geographic names, and some spelling corrections.

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    Two South African airports just got official new names

    Two secondary airports – and one fairly big city – have official new names from Tuesday. Arts and culture minister Nathi Mthethwa recognised the new names by publication in the Government Gazette, alongside a handful of registrations of existing geographic names, and some spelling corrections.

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    Class action lawsuit: ‘Exploited’ SA Uber drivers must be recognised as employees – lawyers

    Two law firms announced on Tuesday that they would move ahead with plans to file a class action on behalf of South African Uber drivers against the ride hailing tech giant’s operations in South Africa as well as in London for drivers to be recognised a…

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    Class action lawsuit: ‘Exploited’ SA Uber drivers must be recognised as employees – lawyers

    Two law firms announced on Tuesday that they would move ahead with plans to file a class action on behalf of South African Uber drivers against the ride hailing tech giant’s operations in South Africa as well as in London for drivers to be recognised a…

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    Low cost carrier Kulula to resume Lanseria operations

    Comair, the South African private sector airline group which operates the British Airways in Southern Africa and Kulula low cost carrier brands, has announced that Kulula will resume operations at Lanseria International Airport on April 1. These flights will service the carrier’s routes to Cape Town and Durban.  Initially, both routes will be operated with a limited schedule. The number of flights will, however, be increased over the coming months. Passengers can now book flights from and to Lanseria.

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    Low cost carrier Kulula to resume Lanseria operations

    Comair, the South African private sector airline group which operates the British Airways in Southern Africa and Kulula low cost carrier brands, has announced that Kulula will resume operations at Lanseria International Airport on April 1. These flights will service the carrier’s routes to Cape Town and Durban.  Initially, both routes will be operated with a limited schedule. The number of flights will, however, be increased over the coming months. Passengers can now book flights from and to Lanseria.

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    Imperial to exit its Logistics International business, focus increasingly on Africa

    The JSE-listed Imperial group plans to exit its Logistics International business, says CEO Mohammed Akoojee. “We thoroughly assessed the strategic fit of our international portfolio [and] we have concluded that Logistics International is noncore to our Gateway-to-Africa strategy and we will explore an appropriate exit plan for this business. 

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    Imperial to exit its Logistics International business, focus increasingly on Africa

    The JSE-listed Imperial group plans to exit its Logistics International business, says CEO Mohammed Akoojee. “We thoroughly assessed the strategic fit of our international portfolio [and] we have concluded that Logistics International is noncore to our Gateway-to-Africa strategy and we will explore an appropriate exit plan for this business. 

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    Imperial to exit its international business, focus increasingly on Africa

    The JSE-listed Imperial group plans to exit its Logistics International business, says CEO Mohammed Akoojee. “We thoroughly assessed the strategic fit of our international portfolio [and] we have concluded that Logistics International is noncore to our Gateway-to-Africa strategy and we will explore an appropriate exit plan for this business. 

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