[Jacques van Niekerk] South Africa's national carrier, SAA, reported a loss of R1.2bn before tax in results for 2012 and 2013, published months late.
[Coerene Vosloo] The 5th Irish Trade Mission for South Africa and the Sub-Sahara region in conjunction with the Africacom trade fair, was addressed by a recent visit from the Irish Minister of International Trade, Joe Costello.
[Rob Baker] Whilst government has a clear role in delivering essential services to the needy, you won't find many of the millions of suffering South Africans at airports or on flights. Quite the opposite in fact, as once you've become a "jetsetter" you've arrived at a space unavailable to the poor. So, why are government involved in the airline industry?
[Kerry Evans] Next year Brazil will host the 2014 FIFA World Cup, an extravaganza of epic proportions, in which football players and fans the world over converge to watch and celebrate the beautiful game. In 2010, here in South Africa, we saw more than 310, 000 tourists converge on the country and the eyes of over 3.2 billion people put our country under the microscope.
[Chris Barry] In respect of the Johannesburg bus rapid transit (BRT) system, could someone please inform the public as to what is actually going on?
[Wayne Duvenage] South Africa's road accident deaths are among the highest in the world, with only undeveloped countries such as Eritrea, Angola, Ethiopia, The Gambia and war-torn countries like Iraq and Afghanistan registering higher figures.
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