Denel sells 12 Cheetah fighters to US as training jets

Dec 13 2017 11:55

State-owned arms manufacturer Denel will sell 12 SA-designed supersonic Cheetah fighter jets to US-based Draken International to be used as training jets.


#GuptaLeaks: A tale of two captures: Alexkor, Gupta Inc and 'WMC'

Dec 13 2017 07:44

The diamond-rich desert area of the Richtersveld, on South Africa's north-west coast, seems unable to escape the clutches of monopolisation.


Sasol plans to add up to 200 fuel service stations in SA

Dec 07 2017 09:54

Sasol says it will look to expand its service-station business to better match its production of fuel in South Africa.


Transnet execs snub Scopa meeting

Dec 06 2017 13:01

A delegation from Transnet has failed to appear before the standing committee on public accounts in Parliament over questionable contracts signed by the entity.


Dudu Myeni's new job as adviser on SAA draws criticism

Dec 03 2017 11:54

Given the mess that SAA has become under the “rule” of Dudu Myeni, the former chair must rank as the most unsuitable person to appoint as an aviation adviser, the DA says.


Kenako for Mr Concrete

Dec 03 2017 06:25

South Africa's first completely black-owned concrete maker is going from strength to strength.


Call for end to 'open skies' to help SAA not that simple - aviation expert

Nov 30 2017 22:00

Policy makers have to weigh up the development that market access and connectivity deliver versus protectionism to shield a battling airline, says an aviation expert.


SAA revenue shortfall almost R900m year-to-date

Nov 29 2017 19:59

Although SAA's revenue has improved in the second quarter, its year-to-date revenue shortfall is at R879m, Parliament's standing committee on finance has heard.


Expect forensic investigations and consequences at SAA - chair

Nov 30 2017 07:30

Expect forensic investigations at SAA and consequences if foul play is uncovered, new board chair JB Magwaza has assured Parliament's standing committee on finance.

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MP calls for review of open skies policy to help SAA

Nov 29 2017 14:50

It could be time for South African Airways to talk to the minister of transport about reviewing the open skies policy in South Africa, says the ANC's Pinky Kekana.


Transnet probing claims it was involved in 6 Gupta-linked deals

Nov 28 2017 15:57

Transnet is currently conducting internal probes into six Gupta-linked deals, following allegations made against them in various recent media reports, MPs have heard.

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