South African Airways is set to undergo a major restructuring plan which the airline has said could lead to job losses among the 5,146 staff employed. The airline has said that it estimates that approximately 944 employees may be affected. Acting chief executive officer, Zuks Ramasia said the airline has commenced a consultation process with all employees in line with section 189 of the Labour Relations Act. The act requires an employer to consult with recognised labour unions and keep abreast employees who may be affected by the restructuring process. Although the process may lead to retrenchments, Ramasia said SAA
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