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South African Airways Set To Resume Flights To Accra

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South Africa Airways to ressume flights to Accra

South African Airways (SAA) has announced plans to resume scheduled flights to Accra and some part of Africa from September 23, 2021.

The airline is resuming operations after it was force to ground all its fleets in 2019 because of worsening financial situation and Covid-19.

Earlier this month, the South African aviation regulators restored the operating licence of the airline, paving the way for it to resume services.

Ticket sales resume from 26th August and SAA will initially operate flights from Johannesburg to Cape Town, Accra, Kinshasa, Harare, Lusaka and Maputo.

The airline said it will add more destinations in response to market conditions.

Interim Chief Executive  of South African Airline, Thomas Kgokolo said  “after months of diligent work, we are delighted that SAA is resuming services and we look forward to welcoming on board our loyal passengers and flying the South African flag.”

He stressed that “there is a profound feeling of enthusiasm within Team SAA as we prepare for take-off, with one common purpose – to rebuild and sustain a profitable airline that once again takes a leadership role among local, continental, and international airlines.”

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SAA entered a formal business rescue process in late 2019, but efforts to restructure the carrier were further complicated by the Covid-19 pandemic’s disruption to global travel.

The airline came out of the business rescue process in April 2021 and the South African government agreed a deal to sell a 51% stake in the airline to a consortium of local investors in June.

 

 

 

 

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Kuami Eugene Finally Meets His Look-alike Gifts Him $100 On Live Radio

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Kuami Eugene Finally Meets His Look-alike Gifts Him $100 On Live Radio

Ghanaian vocalist and musician Eugene Marfo has at last met his copy, who has been impersonating and mining his tunes this while.

The energetic internet sensation was promptly in Kumasi in the first part of the day right from Techiman to meet the “Dollar on You” artiste.

The energetic internet sensation was promptly in Kumasi in the first part of the day right from Techiman to meet the “Dollar on You” artiste.

“It’s not easy to come all the way from Techiman. It means a lot to me, and I appreciate this. It’s $100; you can exchange it when you get to town”.

 

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His copy was unmistakably dazed by the deed of Kuami Eugene and uncovered he has never seen such cash and contemplated whether it is legal to use in Ghana.

The presenters and panelists on the show all applauded and communicated appreciation to Kuami Eugene for what he did.

Kuami Eugene then, at that point, took pictures with his copy who looked actually like one another.

From the composition to the haircut and method of dressing, they strike some resemblance.

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BREAKING: South Africa’s Final Apartheid-Era President Dies Age 85

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BREAKING: South Africa’s Final Apartheid-Era President Dies Age 85

FW de Klerk, the former president of South Africa and the last white man to lead the country, has died at the age of 85.

Mr de Klerk, who was also a key figure in the nation’s transition to democracy, had been diagnosed with cancer this year, a spokesman said.

Mr de Klerk was head of state between September 1989 and May 1994.

In 1990 he announced he was releasing anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela, leading to multi-party polls in 1994.

A statement from the former president’s FW de Klerk Foundation on Thursday morning read: “Former President FW de Klerk died peacefully at his home in Fresnaye (Cape Town) earlier this morning following his struggle against mesothelioma cancer.”

The foundation had announced the diagnosis – a cancer that affects the lining of the lungs – in June this year.

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FW de Klerk had taken over from PW Botha as the head of the National Party in February 1989 and the following year announced he was removing the ban on parties that included Mr Mandela’s African National Congress (ANC).

His actions helped bring an end to apartheid-era South Africa, and he became one of the two deputy presidents after the multi-party elections in 1994 that saw Mr Mandela become president.

 

 

 

 

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Mali Parliament Vice-President Freed

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Mali Parliament Vice-President Freed

Mali’s interim parliament vice-president has been freed, weeks after he was arrested for public order offences.

Issa Kaou N’Djim was arrested in October and a ruling on his case is expected in December.

He was accused of making “subversive remarks”, which were not disclosed.

N’Djim is a supporter of Mali’s President Assimi Goïta but is a critic of Interim Prime Minister Choguel Kokalla Maïga.

His lawyers had said his detention was illegal because of a parliamentary immunity.

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Parliament later passed a resolution calling for the halting of the case.

 

 

 

 

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