Corporate Affairs

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    Union calls on Minister to dissolve RSR board

    The United National Transport Union (Untu) has asked Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula to dissolve the board of Railway Safety Regulator (RSR) with immediate effect.

    Untu general secretary Steve Harris says the union is concerned about the ongoing breaches of rail safety at Metrorail – a division of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) – which the RSR is overseeing.

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    Union calls on Minister to dissolve RSR board

    The United National Transport Union (Untu) has asked Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula to dissolve the board of Railway Safety Regulator (RSR) with immediate effect.

    Untu general secretary Steve Harris says the union is concerned about the ongoing breaches of rail safety at Metrorail – a division of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) – which the RSR is overseeing.

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    Southern African airlines body urges sick people not to fly

    The Airlines Association of Southern Africa (AASA) has urged people who are feeling unwell not to fly or go to airports. The body has highlighted that, while airlines are taking all possible measures to contain the Covid-19 disease, passengers also have to display responsibility.

    The region’s airlines have been implementing precautionary measures against the spread of the disease, following the recommendations of the World Health Organisation, the US Centres for Disease Control, the South African Department of Health (National Institute of Communicable Diseases) and the International Air Transport Association. These measures include cleaning and sanitising aircraft cabins (including galleys, catering equipment, overhead baggage storage hatches, lavatories, window blinds, seats, seat-back trays and safety belts).

    “Airlines throughout Southern Africa are complying with stringent international and local health and safety measures to curb the spread of COVID-19, but we urge any passengers who are feeling unwell, displaying any respiratory illness symptoms, or who may have come into contact with a carrier of the Coronavirus, not to travel to airports or board flights,” affirmed AASA CEO Chris Zweigenthal. “Similarly, people who have recently travelled and who subsequently display symptoms suggestive of respiratory illness, should seek medical attention and share their travel history with their health care provider.”

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    Southern African airlines body urges sick people not to fly

    The Airlines Association of Southern Africa (AASA) has urged people who are feeling unwell not to fly or go to airports. The body has highlighted that, while airlines are taking all possible measures to contain the Covid-19 disease, passengers also have to display responsibility.

    The region’s airlines have been implementing precautionary measures against the spread of the disease, following the recommendations of the World Health Organisation, the US Centres for Disease Control, the South African Department of Health (National Institute of Communicable Diseases) and the International Air Transport Association. These measures include cleaning and sanitising aircraft cabins (including galleys, catering equipment, overhead baggage storage hatches, lavatories, window blinds, seats, seat-back trays and safety belts).

    “Airlines throughout Southern Africa are complying with stringent international and local health and safety measures to curb the spread of COVID-19, but we urge any passengers who are feeling unwell, displaying any respiratory illness symptoms, or who may have come into contact with a carrier of the Coronavirus, not to travel to airports or board flights,” affirmed AASA CEO Chris Zweigenthal. “Similarly, people who have recently travelled and who subsequently display symptoms suggestive of respiratory illness, should seek medical attention and share their travel history with their health care provider.”

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    Iata urges governments to follow World Health guidelines for Covid-19, and help airlines

    The International Air Transport Association (Iata) has reacted to US President Donald Trump’s ban on citizens and residents of the Schengen common visa area of Europe from travelling to the US by affirming that the organisation and its members will maintain their support for governments in their attempts to contain the Covid-19 (novel coronavirus) disease, recognising that governments have to take the steps they regard as essential, but calling for the support of the increasingly battered …

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    Iata urges governments to follow World Health guidelines for Covid-19, and help airlines

    The International Air Transport Association (Iata) has reacted to US President Donald Trump’s ban on citizens and residents of the Schengen common visa area of Europe from travelling to the US by affirming that the organisation and its members will maintain their support for governments in their attempts to contain the Covid-19 (novel coronavirus) disease, recognising that governments have to take the steps they regard as essential, but calling for the support of the increasingly battered …

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    ACSA appoints new CFO

    Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) has appointed Siphamandla Mthethwa CFO, with effect from May 1. Mthethwa has over 16 years’ experience in leadership positions, including as credit head, finance executive and group CFO.

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    ACSA appoints new CFO

    Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) has appointed Siphamandla Mthethwa CFO, with effect from May 1. Mthethwa has over 16 years’ experience in leadership positions, including as credit head, finance executive and group CFO.

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    SA Express reassures public about its safety and regulatory compliance

    State-owned regional airline SA Express, which is currently under business rescue, has assured that its aircraft meet all safety requirements. It did so in a press release issued on Thursday. That press release also revealed that the airline’s business rescue practitioners (BRPs) had submitted a business case, that was “aligned” with the government’s requirements and processes, on Monday, March 9. The airline reported that it had successfully passed the South African Civil Aviation Authority’s annual Aircraft Maintenance, Flight Operations, and Airline Training Audits. Moreover, SA Express was also subject to the International Air Transport Association’s (Iata’s) Operational Safety Audit (IOSA). “In order to attain and retain IOSA accreditation, any findings made during this stringent audit, must be addressed to the satisfaction of the auditors and Iata,” highlighted the airline.

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    SA Express reassures public about its safety and regulatory compliance

    State-owned regional airline SA Express, which is currently under business rescue, has assured that its aircraft meet all safety requirements. It did so in a press release issued on Thursday. That press release also revealed that the airline’s business rescue practitioners (BRPs) had submitted a business case, that was “aligned” with the government’s requirements and processes, on Monday, March 9. The airline reported that it had successfully passed the South African Civil Aviation Authority’s annual Aircraft Maintenance, Flight Operations, and Airline Training Audits. Moreover, SA Express was also subject to the International Air Transport Association’s (Iata’s) Operational Safety Audit (IOSA). “In order to attain and retain IOSA accreditation, any findings made during this stringent audit, must be addressed to the satisfaction of the auditors and Iata,” highlighted the airline.

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