The SAA operating syndicate that has suffered losses for the airline has to be dismantled as a matter of urgency, the Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) said.
The committee issued a statement on Thursday after discussions with various departments within SAA and the board and executive management of the airline this week.
The committee was informed about matters that the airline is facing and the steps the board has taken to deal with corruption.
"Scopa is of the opinion that the syndicate that operates at SAA and is responsible for so many of the losses that the airline must be dismantled as an SAA must urgently survive (sic)", the statement said.
"SAA also needs a mentality that is equal to the challenges and responsibilities that are assigned to it, and that requires the administration and management of the entity to have a degree of seriousness that goes beyond what they have up to now to make SAA profitable. "
Scopa has requested an extensive report with details of the interventions that relate to issues of the group. The committee also wants access to SAA & # 39; s long-term reverse strategy and the Open Water forensic report with details of the individuals involved and corrective actions to be carried out.
Earlier this month, President Cyril Ramaphosa returned SAA to the Ministry of Public Enterprises for oversight.
Minister of Popular Affairs Pravin Gordhan told the Portfolio Committee on Wednesday that work is being carried out on the consolidation of the three airlines SAA, SA Express and Mango. This is an attempt to save costs and ensure the sustainability of the airlines.
The airlines' airlines want to better address technical, fuel and route descriptions, Gordhan said.
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