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It's the way it's going to be. Just as the pilots.That’s not very representative. There should be at least one white person there to be blamed when things invariably go wrong.
SAA needs to go.
I wonder how the private airlines manage less profitable routes though. Do they just don't do the route or do they subsidize it with the profitable ones? eg. Bloem to PE. I doubt many use that route so it's probably not profitable.
I think that is the whole idea so when the "new SAA" paper muis stoter signs a contract for bottled water at R100 per 500ml or jet fuel at R100/litre with Pravin's Trustworthy Corner Chemist, no one bats an eye.Great, so nobody on the board seems to have any airline, or even airline related experience. How does someone who work in agriculture or newspaper publishing make it on a airline board?
Harith General Partners and Global Airways make up Takatso Consortium, which has been selected as the preferred strategic equity partner for the airline