South African low cost airline Mango has assured customers that it was still operating as talks with government officials over its financial crisis continued. The Public Enterprises Department was supposed to divert R2.7 billion of the R10.5 billion allocated to South African Airways (SAA)’s subsidiaries, which included Mango, but the cash injection has been “delayed”. In actual fact, the South African parliament has not seen fit to agree to the diverted funds as yet. SAA did receive its funding, however. “Mango is in constant discussions with the Department of Public Enterprises on the funding issue and I’d like to make

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