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Kulula domestic flights sale now live on SKY.co.za! All major routes are on sale and priced from R410 one-way!

The Kulula Airlines domestic flights sale is now live on SKY.co.za! All the major routes are on sale and priced from R410 one-way.

Deal details are as follows: 

Till when can I book? Until (midnight) 25 Sept 2019

When can I depart? 01 Oct 2019 – 31 May 2020 * Blackout dates apply

Book here: SKY.co.za 

Routes:

Lanseria to Durban R415

Lanseria to Cape Town R668

George to Johannesburg R617

Durban to Lanseria R433

Durban to Jo’burg R410

Durban to Cape Town R606

Johannesburg to East London R617

Cape Town to Durban R606

Cape Town to Lanseria R686

Cape Town to JHB R548

JHB to Cape Town R594

JHB to George R617

East London to Jo’burg R617

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Kulula domestic flights sale now live on SKY.co.za! All major routes are on sale and priced from R410 one-way!

The Kulula Airlines domestic flights sale is now live on SKY.co.za! All the major routes are on sale and priced from R410 one-way.

Deal details are as follows: 

Till when can I book? Until (midnight) 25 Sept 2019

When can I depart? 01 Oct 2019 – 31 May 2020 * Blackout dates apply

Book here: SKY.co.za 

Routes:

Lanseria to Durban R415

Lanseria to Cape Town R668

George to Johannesburg R617

Durban to Lanseria R433

Durban to Jo’burg R410

Durban to Cape Town R606

Johannesburg to East London R617

Cape Town to Durban R606

Cape Town to Lanseria R686

Cape Town to JHB R548

JHB to Cape Town R594

JHB to George R617

East London to Jo’burg R617

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SA National Treasury gives SA Express a R300 million bailout

The National Treasury has just announced that it has committed R300m to drag the bankrupt SA Express airline of its financial difficulties.

The company’s Chief Executive Officer, Siza Mzimela, disclosed the information to the media.

The airline company needs the R300m guarantee to keep its wings up and does not have the ability to obtain a loan from commercial banks without shareholders guarantees.

Rumours are circulating that the ANC’s Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni, has refused a request for assistance, saying the airline company, and perhaps the SA Airways, should be sold instead.

The R300m is in addition to the R1.2bn SA Express received in its February budget.

The amount is not, however, because the R1.2 billion is only for debt for which the Treasury has given guarantees.

How many other debts the company has is unknown.


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SA National Treasury gives SA Express a R300 million bailout

The National Treasury has just announced that it has committed R300m to drag the bankrupt SA Express airline of its financial difficulties.

The company’s Chief Executive Officer, Siza Mzimela, disclosed the information to the media.

The airline company needs the R300m guarantee to keep its wings up and does not have the ability to obtain a loan from commercial banks without shareholders guarantees.

Rumours are circulating that the ANC’s Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni, has refused a request for assistance, saying the airline company, and perhaps the SA Airways, should be sold instead.

The R300m is in addition to the R1.2bn SA Express received in its February budget.

The amount is not, however, because the R1.2 billion is only for debt for which the Treasury has given guarantees.

How many other debts the company has is unknown.


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#ParasiticParastatal – SA Express is just another bottomless pit swallowing taxpayers’ money

It is disturbing to realise that recently another enormous lifeline was quietly given to SA Express while all the attention was on Eskom, the SAA and the SABC. According to the Free Market Foundation, SA Express received a lifeline of R1,24 billion from the government in November last year and was now given government guaranteed financing amounting to R300 million.

It seems that the Free Market Foundation forced SA Express by means of the Promotion of Access to Information Act to disclose its financial statements and managerial account data.

SA Express has become a large hole draining tax money from the fiscus dam and if it continues in this way, it will drain everything until there is nothing left. The ANC will have to realise at some point that the country does not have an inexhaustible source of money and that public enterprises cannot be saved from financial ruin indefinitely.

Like with e-toll, taxpayers will get to a point where they will n
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Domestic Flights from R299! Flash Ticket Sale now on until 9 May 2018 at midnight. BOOK NOW!

Our Flash Sale is on now until 9 May 2018 at midnight. Book now for massive savings on domestic flights to popular routes like Cape Town, Joburg, Durban and more from only R299. Save even more on your dream destinations like Mauritius from R4,799, Thailand from R5,699, Dubai from R5,999, London from R6,999 and Bali from R6,399 return.

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#We’ll be dropping hot new routes each day and this time they’ll sell even faster than before! For exclusive access to these piping hot flight deals, sign up for our newsletter and follow us on social media to be the first to know.

Special offers like these wait for no one so, tell all your friends to set their alarms right now!

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Cheap Flights as Virgin Atlantic Adds Second Daily Direct Flight to London from Johannesburg

 

Book Cheap Virgin Atlantic Flights & Specials as They Introduce a second daily direct flight to London!

Virgin Atlantic is an independent airline based in the UK servicing South Africa on the Johannesburg to Heathrow, and Johannesburg to New York routes. In the summer months, Virgin Atlantic offers direct flights from Cape Town to London Heathrow. The airline operates scheduled flights to South Africa on a daily basis.

Till when can I book?27 Mar – 3 Apr 2018

When can I depart?All other routes: 20 Mar – 22 June 2018
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Book Cheap Flights for Easter! Domestic Flights from only R439 with SKY.co.za and SA Express. BOOK NOW!

SKY.co.za and SA Express brings you an Exclusive Easter Holiday Flights Offer on Domestic Flights:

When can I book? 20 March – 3 April 2018

When can I depart? 20 March – 30 April 2018

What route can I fly? Joburg, Mafikeng, Sun City, Bloemfontein, East London, George, PE, Richards Bay, Kimberley and Gabarone

What Airline is this with? SA Express

When can I return? Maximum stay: 6 months

Minister of Police Statement at OR TAMBO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Media Briefing !!

This morning I met with the Minister of State Security, Mr David Mahlobo,
the Executive Mayor of Ekurhuleni, Mr Mzwandile Masina, the MEC of
Community Safety, Ms Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane, the top management of
the Police as well as the leadership of Airports Company South Africa
(ACSA) which included the CEO of ACSA, Mr Bongani Maseko, the GM
of O.R. Tambo International Airport, Ms Bongiwe Pityi and ACSA’s Group
Manager for Security, Mr Jason Tshabalala. This meeting was informed
both by the ongoing concern around safety and security and the strategic
nature of O.R. Tambo International Airport, as one of the country’s
national key points.

O.R. Tambo International Airport is the biggest and the busiest airport in
South Africa. O.R. Tambo International Airport is not only a national key
point, but also plays a very strategic role in our country, last year alone,
approximately 21 million passengers passed through the airport, on this
basis, it remains the gateway to Africa as well as opens the door to millions
of international guests visiting our country annually. Therefore its security
is of paramount importance to the South African Police Service, as well
as the country as a whole.

As the Police Minister, on 6 June 2017, I visited O.R. Tambo International
Airport and met with Airport Management, to assess the state of security,
and I must admit that I was shocked by the low level of policing and police
visibility at the airport. I shared this concern with our parliamentarians in
Parliament that same day, and assured them that appropriate steps will
be taken to correct the situation.

As part of this morning’s meeting, we received a briefing from Airport
Management on the nature of crimes being committed at the airport, like
the R20m armed robbery where criminals impersonated police officers.
Another example, is a cash in transit that occurred on the 01st of April
where cash in transit was blown up with explosives on the R24 highway.
On the 15th May, a high-jacking and murder took place at the airport,
whereas on the 01st of July there was a Swissport warehouse armed
robbery. As we were about to receive the briefing this morning, an armed
robbery of a truck containing valuable goods coming from the airport was
hijacked.

We have identified the nature of the challenges that we need to respond
to at O.R. Tambo International Airport, with regards to the crime being
committed there. Simply put, part of the challenge is corruption and
collusion where police officers are in cahoots with criminals. An obvious
lack of police command and control is highly concerning and without it,
the ability to effectively manage deployed personnel at the airport will
remain a major challenge. We were further informed on the non-
implementation of policing measures put in place.

There are further challenges with regards to the non-existence of tactical crime intelligence. Furthermore we discussed an inherent lack of effective prosecution. We
need to revisit the steps put in place over the 2010 Soccer World Cup
period. There is a collective agreement that, we need to explore the 2010
Soccer World Cup strategy which was both efficient and effective.

We further discussed and reached agreement that it is critical to ensure
that as part of the long term, sustainable security plan, all people that work
at the airport need to be effectively vetted, so that we have a greater
appreciation of who is working and/or based at the airport.

On this basis, we jointly agreed that a more senior police officer with the
rank of Major General needs to be deployed to the airport and lead its
policing operation. The Major General will be based at the airport. As part
of this meeting, we have been reassured by the Executive Mayor of
Ekurhuleni Municipality, Mr Mzwandile Masina, that the city of Ekurhuleni
will deploy more EMPD officers to assist in curbing crime at O.R. Tambo
International Airport.

As part of the next steps, we have agreed to the following: There will be a
joint deployment to the airport that will include crime intelligence, the
Hawks, and detectives. This team will operate out of an operations room
where crime will be monitored on a daily basis at the airport and a report
will be sent to me on a weekly basis, on the progress being made in this
regard. It is also important to look at the nature of the security architecture
of South Africa and our ports of entry in particular.

Essentially what we are
saying is that criminals must not find it easy to commit crime in South
Africa. To indicate our seriousness, next Friday, 21 July 2017, we will
regroup here at the airport in order to flesh out a masterplan for security
with all government agencies within the security cluster.

Based on today’s meeting which involved all key stakeholders on the way
forward, we have a better appreciation of the nature of challenges we face
and we can assure South Africans that good, solid police men and women
are up to the task. As we speak, the leadership of SAPS is strengthening
the plan of fighting crime at O.R. Tambo International Airport.

In a very short space of time we will brief South Africans on the victories that we
would have achieved. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank the
leadership of Airports Company South Africa (ACSA), for consistently
bringing their concerns to me and my office. As expressed as part of this
meeting, Airports Company South Africa’s role is to manage and develop
airports. This is what they do best and must continue to focus on as part
of their mandate. Ours as the SAPS, is to ensure that we keep this national
key point safe for all passengers and visitors to the airport and to our
country.

We therefore want to be clear in sending a strong message to criminals
and those corrupt police officials who are in cahoots with criminals, that
your days are numbered. We will not tolerate a state of lawlessness where
criminals do as they please in our country. We therefore want to assure
South Africans and our international guests that their safety is our number
priority as the South African Police Service.

I thank you.


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