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Striking union in SA threaten to shut down entire aviation industry

By TVC News Nigeria
19 November 2019   |   1:15 pm
Striking unions have threatened to shut down South Africa's entire aviation industry by extending industrial action beyond state-run South African Airways. CEO, Billion House Consultant discusses implication of the strike by the SAA.

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