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Judgment reserved in South African Airlines case

SAA

Judgment has been reserved in the Labour Court in the case brought by worker unions Numsa and the SA Cabin Crew Association against embattled South African Airlines.

SAA

The trade unions headed to court on Thursday to stop retrenchments at SAA. Business rescue practitioners recommended retrenching all staff, but unions say they are yet to see a rescue plan.

Government has also refused to give the airline any more funding.

In other news – AKA expresses regret for insulting Cassper Nyovest’s parents

Rapper AKA regrets hurling insults at rival Cassper Nyovest’s parents, saying that in the heat of the moment he got carried away but would like to put the incident behind him.

Cassper Nyovest and AKA

Among everything that’s happened during the five-year-long beef between the rappers, AKA insulting Cassper’s parents on Twitter has been the one thing most fans and industry peers have not been able to “get over”. Speaking to Slikour in an Instagram Live interview, AKA said it was a mistake. Read more

Source: eNCA