South African Airways is facing tough challenges beyond just achieving a financial turnaround, as the airline tries to leave behind scandals including the ouster of its chief executive over alleged corruption and drug-trafficking by crew. CEO Khaya Ngqula was placed on “special leave” Feb. 10 after allegations were made public that he may be involved in corruption. The South African Transport and Allied Workers Union (Satawu) published numerous charges against Ngqula. One recent claim ...

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