The Competition Commission of South Africa said it has launched an investigation into collusion on fares and pricing strategies for flights during this summer's World Cup. It named British Airways and its Comair subsidiary, South African Airways, Airlink, SA Express, 1Time and Mango as subjects of the inquiry. The Commission said the office of President Jacob Zuma issued a November request asking it to look into World Cup airfares. Last month, SAA applied for leniency from prosecution in ...

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