South African Airways (SAA) pilots have threatened to go on strike if changes don’t take place at the airline. Earlier this year, the SAA Pilots’ Association organised an independent service provider to conduct a survey on conditions at work.
The feedback was scathing with 91 percent of pilots responding that operations management was either poor or extremely poor, while 96 percent were in favour of taking a stand to force change at the airline.
SAAPA says meetings have not produced the desired results.
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The trade union has sent a letter to the airline with a list of demands, including the appointment of an experienced CEO within 90 days. They’re also calling for a skills audit on all general managers and head of departments.
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Zodwa Wabantu is collecting coins like a slot machine and recently took home a cool R20k for appearing in a music video.
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