This year marks a significant date in South African history as it celebrates the centenary year of one of our country’s celebrated leaders, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela. Joining in on the tributes is Africa’s leading carrier, South African Airways (SAA), proudly announcing its support of centenary celebrations of our humble former President.
To mark this milestone, SAA has introduced special initiatives to honour Madiba, in keeping with the worldwide centenary campaign by the Nelson Mandela Foundation and SA Tourism, and to celebrate what would have been Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday. SAA has branded three aircraft within… Read More
JOHANNESBURG. 18 June 2018. Africa’s leading carrier, South African Airways (SAA), has topped the charts as the airline was announced ‘The coolest domestic airline’ at the 2018 Sunday Times Generation Next Awards.
The awards put a spotlight on SA’s favourite brands as voted for by the youth, giving key insights on how they perceive these various brands. In a category set against other high-profile airline brands, SAA took pride of place on the list once again, holding on to the number one spot. Mango, SAA’s low-cost carrier, took second place showcasing the group’s prowess across both high-end and low-cost… Read More
JOHANNESBURG. 25 May 2018 – South African Airways (SAA) has announced a flight schedule update as part of the recovery plans to bring replacement capacity with partner airlines to support South African Express passengers. This comes after the suspension of SA Express operations by the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) on Thursday.
“Through our collaborative efforts with partner airlines (SAA, SA Airlink and Mango Airlines), we are able to announce a schedule intended to ensure business continuity and provide travel certainty. We are confident that the capacity we have deployed will sustain network operated by SA Express until it is… Read More
JOHANNESBURG. 25 May 2018 – South African Airways (SAA) has announced recovery plans that entail replacement capacity with partner airlines to support South African Express passengers. This comes after the suspension of SA Express operations by the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) on Thursday.
Three partner airlines (SAA, Mango Airlines, SA Airlink) collaborated to initiate a plan aimed at mitigating the impact of the suspension of SA Express services and to ensure business continuity.
“Our priority remains customer assistance in the best way possible in order to minimise the inconvenience caused by the suspension of SA Express services,” said SAA Spokesperson,… Read More
In just 14 years, the World Wide Fund for Nature’s Southern African Sustainable Seafood Initiative (WWF-SASSI) has been successful in working across the supply chain to positively transform large parts of the seafood industry in South Africa.
The easy-to-use WWF-SASSI “traffic light” guide is well known and many seafood-lovers use it regularly to make responsible choices. Yet Gauteng, the second-largest seafood market in the country, has remained an enigma – a tough crab to crack.
In landlocked Joburg, it’s easy to feel disconnected from the source of our seafood.
To help reel in a new Joburg cohort of supporters for sustainable seafood,… Read More
JOHANNESBURG. 7 May 2018. South African Airways (SAA) has joined hands with SA Tourism to inspire customers with the legacy of Nelson Mandela.
Copies of one of Madiba’s favourite books Dare not Linger co-written by him and South African writer Mandla Langa, were handed out to customers travelling to Durban as lead up to the Nelson Mandela Centenary which marks the year in which Mandela would have turned a 100 years old.
The Nelson Mandela Centenary is set to take center stage at the 2018 Africa Travel Indaba that runs from 8 to 10 May at Durban’s Inkosi Albert Luthuli Convention Centre.