South African Airways agreed this week to pay ZAR55 million ($8.3 million) in fines levied by the South African Competition Commission for price-fixing violations. The Commission alleged that SAA and Lufthansa colluded to fix ticket prices on flights between Cape Town, Johannesburg and Frankfurt. It also claimed that SAA and South African carriers SA Express, Comair and SA Airlink colluded to fix fuel surcharges on flight tickets. SAA has a year to pay the fine fully and agreed to educate ...

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