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SAA acting CEO Zuks Ramasia to retire early

South African Airways (SAA) on Thursday said it had accepted the request by its acting CEO Zuks Ramasia for early retirement. Ramasia is set to step down next month, the latest SAA CEO to go.

She was appointed to the position following former CEO Vuyani Jarana’s sudden exit.

Ramasia started at SAA in 1992 as a cabin crew member. She was then appointed to be the head of the global operations centre in 2005, a position she held for seven years.

Ramasia was appointed head of operations in 2012 before she assumed the role of acting CEO of the ailing airline in June of 2019.

She succeeded Jarana, who left the airline citing legislation that was stifling the airline’s competitiveness.

In a statement, the SAA board said Ramasia’s journey was truly an example of how a number of women were progressively moving up the ranks in previously male-dominated industries.

Ramasia’s last day at SAA is expected to be on 14 April.


In other news – DJ Tira follows Somizi’s footsteps, buys street vendor’s fruits & veggies before the lockdown – Watch

Some few days ago radio and TV personality Somizi Mhlongo shared a video in which he encouraged people to support street vendors by buying their stocks before the lockdown as they will be greatly affected, than the supermarkets that will be able to survive.

DJ Tira

Producer and musician DJ Tira has also played his part as he shared a video of himself fulfilling the pledge made by numerous media personalities to, continue reading

Source: EWN


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