Its that time of the year again, where families go out on a much needed break to have some fun in the sun. After a grueling year and a half of COVID travel restrictions, people are now vaccinated and can finally travel as the governments of the world had promised.
Good news for South African overseas, in the effort to repatriate the citizens of its country, the government has cooperated with the French and Dutch Embassy in South Africa for the repatriation of his citizens. The Air plan “Air France and KLM” are organizing several flights for repatriation of South African residents who want to come back home. All the Flights are already authorized by the South African government and are also confirmed to take place. The flights will be has following in the picture:
Source: Tshepo Mongoai Former SAA Technical chair Yakhe Kwinana has failed to explain why the SAA Board rejected Air France's bid when it was in the same position as the other two bidders. This after evidence leader Kate Hofmeyr pointed out that both Air France, AAR and JM Aviation were not BEE compliant. Kwinana testified earlier in the week on how she went on luxurious trip to AAR Aviation's Chicago headquarters during the bidding process. The SAA Technical Board under Kwinana rejected management recommendations
Air France was eventually dismissed for delicate because of its absence of a duty to BEE, regardless of being the executives' favored bidder, previous South African Airways board part and seat of SAA Technical Yakhe Kwinana told the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of State Capture on Saturday. Kwinana is on the remain to finish her declaration concerning dodgy agreements made sure about by JM Aviation possessed by Vuyo Ndzeku with whom Kwinana had been speaking with. It's supposed Kwinana