- Mar 4, 2015
Because a hairdresser supplies the fuel at R50 a litre and a dentist supplies bottled water at R90 for a 250ml Valpre and there are 150 employees while only 3 do any work.I don't know how SA Express can be in trouble. They have the monopoly (mostly) of flying to smaller airports, at exorbitant prices, yet they are failing? I would love to to fly to George from Cape Town, as it would save the 4.5 hour drive, but not at R3500 a head (3x for the family).
It is completely different as they are differently structured companies.Interesting comment, considering they're doing exactly that with Eskom.
nonononononononoGovernment looks at merging SAA, Mango and SA Express
Government will consider a proposal to merge South African Airways, Mango and SA Express.
Yes, I understand that, but fail to see how this will lead to Eskom's salvation.It is completely different as they are differently structured companies.
Eskom's split is splitting it's vertical integration. Generation, transmission and distribution are three completely different, but interdependent functions of Eskom.
This merger is a horizontal merger. SAA, Mango and SA express are three different companies doing mostly the same thing.
Because the transmission and distribution parts of Eskom's business are much easier to run than the generation part. Thus separating them will gradually allow the private sector to take over the generation.Yes, I understand that, but fail to see how this will lead to Eskom's salvation.