Cape Town - The South African Transport and Allied Workers’ Union (Satawu) on Friday said it was concerned about July salaries at the embattled airline SA Express.
According to the union, even though June salaries have been confirmed, it was not yet clear whether employees will be paid at the end of July.
This after reports earlier this week, that the grounded airline would not be able to pay its employees at the end of June.
The South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) grounded SA Express in May, after it made 17 findings of non-compliance with regard to safety management processes.
“Since then the future of the airline looks uncertain, causing untold amounts of anxiety to workers who are also our members,” said Satawu in a statement.