What now for R1.1bn settlement SAA has with Comair?

What now for R1.1bn settlement SAA has with Comair?

Comair [JSE:COM] has said it is still too early to speculate about what will happen to outstanding payments it is owed by South African Airways as part of a R1.1bn legal settlement.
The airline, which operates its own low-cost carrier kulula.com as well as B…
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Adetunji Omotola is the Founder of The Guild of Nigerian Professionals-SA and Nigeria Diaspora Television. He is the Presenter of Afrobizz on Kaya FM and Africa Now on Africa Business Radio. He is also The Founder of African Wine Circle and blogs at www.winelawandpolitics.wodpress.com

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