— COMAIR this week filed an urgent interdict to stop the Air Services Licensing Council (ASLC) from suspending its operations because the regulator says it has foreign ownership too high for a domestic airline.

airlineThe council has said that Comair, the British Airways franchisee that owns, has breached the 25 percent foreign ownership threshold. (Business Day)

— Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant has confirmed that meetings have taken place with representatives from some financial institutions that have cut banking services to Gupta-linked companies.

However, she would not disclose any other details, saying the ministers involved had not yet reported back to Cabinet. (City Press)

— ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe has hit back at former president Thabo Mbeki who had criticized the ANC for the current crisis within the country and for disregarding the Constitution.

Mbeki was speaking during a panel discussion at an event to celebrate the adoption of the Constitution. (Mail & Guardian) Enditem

source: Xinhua


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