Blog: 2019

  Johannesburg, 03 October 2019 — SA Express is pleased to announce the approval for the airline to offer services to Zimbabwe, Angola and Botswana by the International Air Services Council (IASC).   This will soon see the airline adding seven new return flights between Cape Town International Airport and Gaborone in Botswana,...
You eat stones?” I ask Nomagugu Moyo, a Zimbabwean national who enjoys snacking on stones sold by informal vendors across South Africa for R1 per packet. “Yes, I eat stones. I have been eating them for years. Many do,” Moyo replies. And it’s not just stones, but also donkey meat, worms, bugs, chicken feet, and sheep’s heads that are considered...
While each destination is unique, not every site is worthy of being included in the World Heritage List. **These** spectacular Southern African UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) World Heritage Sites boast outstanding universal values that let them make the cut.   In addition to having universal...
JOHANNESBURG, 12 September 2019 — SA Express is not aware of a liquidation order that has been granted against the airline from Mothebe Shuttle Services, as claimed in a Financial Mail article of today.   A spokesperson for the airline also said while SA Express had a contract with Mothebe Shuttle Services for R1,3 million a year, that...
JOHANNESBURG, 30 August 2019 — SA Express confirms that all operations resumed from midday today.   The first flight took off at 14h40 for Lubumbashi followed by flight to Bloemfontein at 15:00.   The SA Express staff at the airports will continue to offer assistance to our passengers. Passengers can also contact our reservations...

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