Consultative talks between SAA, unions set to go under way on Monday
Two weeks ago, the national carrier announced that 944 people could lose their jobs.
3 SAA minority unions win right to take part in retrenchment talks
Satawu, Solidarity, and AUSA - which represent workers only in some divisions at SAA - were not consulted about the planned restructuring that could result in the loss of hundreds of jobs.
WATCH LIVE: Frank Chikane steps up to testify at Zondo Inquiry
On Monday, member of Britain's House of Lords, Peter Hain, told the commission he believed that the international community would benefit from improved cooperation between governments when dealing with corruption and money laundering.
Hain: The people of SA deserve better than looting caused by state capture
Peter Hain was also concerned that the country was not moving speedily to recover stolen assets through the state capture project.
International banks should bear responsibility for state capture - Hain
Former British politician Lord Peter Hain testified at the Zondo commission on the role international firms played in the fraud and corruption that took place in the public sector over the past decade.
Peter Hain: Banks, other foreign govts complicit in state capture
Hain took to the stand at the state capture public hearings in Johannesburg, where he is testifying about how domestic corruption is facilitated on the international stage to enable money laundering.
WATCH LIVE: Zondo Inquiry resumes with testimony from Peter Hain
Peter Hain is expected to share with the commission information at his disposal on how international banks, corporates and states aided in this project.
Callard shows Saica videos of unguided Transnet contract negotiations
Former Transnet manager Francis Callard is continuing his testimony at the third sitting of Saica's disciplinary committee's hearings against Anoj Singh.
Saica hears how Transnet error led to inflation of locomotives tender
The second day of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants' disciplinary hearing against former Transnet and Eskom CFO Anoj Singh was spent interrogating more evidence that was presented by former Transnet employee Francis Callard.
Saica told Anoj Singh ordered accelerated delivery of controversial locomotives
Francis Callard has told the Saica hearing that Singh demanded the delivery of up to 480 locomotives be brought forward at the risk by negating critical factors, such as Transnet engineering’s capacity.
16 people killed in inclement weather in KZN as province braces for 'mega-storm'
Officials from the Cooperative Governance Department held a briefing in Dubran on Thursday after several parts of the province were ravaged by severe storms over the past four days.
Ex-Transnet manager details irregular processes at Anoj Singh's Saica hearing
Singh who is a former CFO at Transnet and Eskom faces 18 charges of misconduct for his dealings when he was responsible for the finances in the two state-owned companies.
Witness highlights changes instructed by Singh in procurement of locomotives
Former Transnet strategy manager Francis Callard is the first witness to appear before this disciplinary committee on Wednesday.
Former Eskom exec Anoj Singh to face Saica disciplinary committee
Singh faces disciplinary action emanating from 18 charges for being in breach of various clauses of Saica's code of conduct, including that he behaved in a manner that brought the accountancy profession into disrepute.
Numsa threatens 'mother of all strikes' over planned SAA retrenchments
South African Airways (SAA) is carrying out its restructuring plan which is informed by its turnaround strategy to deal with, among others, its funding and liquidity challenges.
SAA: Restructuring plan to save us R700m
The airline said any job cuts, which are still subject to a Section 189 processes that is yet to start, were part of its turnaround strategy meant to save the company from the brink of collapse.
Unions 'found out through the media' about SAA’s planned job cuts
The state-owned company has begun Section 189 consultations with labour as part of its turnaround strategy.
Allan and Gill Gray Foundation ‘devastated’ by founder’s death
Allan Gray suffered a heart attack and died in Bermuda - where he had settled after establishing the Orbis Investment Management company in 1989 - on Sunday.