SA airline lowers fares for human rights holiday

Skywise Airline

Skywise Airline JOHANNESBURG – SKYWISE Airline, South Africa’s newest low-cost operator, said it was charging low fares in recognition of Human Rights Day. The carrier is currently offering a “no-hidden” cost fare of R499 for passengers flying this Saturday, between Johannesburg and Cape Town. Skywise is making history by identifying with More...

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South African Airways
By On Wednesday, February 25th, 2015

BUDGET 2015: Govt commits to saving Eskom, SAA

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Food price protests
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FNB CEO Jacques Celliers
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Central Bank of Nigeria
By On Wednesday, January 21st, 2015

CBN likely to alter rates after poll

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By On Friday, January 16th, 2015

Safaricom slashes voice roaming rates

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