South African airline can take off again
South Africa's Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) has cleared state-run airline SA Express to resume flights again, with two of its planes permitted to fly for now, the regulator said on Thursday.
Citing safety concerns, SACAA grounded all 21 aircraft operated by SA Express in May of this year, which has lost several executive managers suspended over graft allegations.
It was one of many state companies which ran into trouble under the administration of previous president Jacob Zuma.
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