Scopa resolves to subpoena SA Express liquidators

Written by on 10 June, 2020

Parliament’s standing committee on public accounts has resolved to summon the liquidators and business rescue practitioners of SA Express.

This comes after they failed to appear before the committee without an explanation yesterday.

Scopa chairperson, Mkhuleko Hlengwa, says the actions of the liquidators undermine Parliament and the employees of SA Express, who will be deeply affected by the changes taking place at the airline.

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Meanwhile the High Court in Pretoria has ruled that the liquidation of SA Express will be postponed by three months.

The company will now remain in provisional liquidation until September the 9th.

This after trade union Numsa, SA Cabin Crew Association and SAA Pilots’ Association suggested that the final plan should be postponed because they want to make submissions on how they want the airlines to be rescued.

The unions say they are hopeful this postponement will give the business rescue practitioners time to rescue the airline.

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