South African Airways (SAA) CEO Monwabisi Kalawe, who has been on suspension since last year, will resign with immediate effect in return for six months’ pay, plus leave, following an arbitration hearing. Kalawe was named as SAA CEO in April 2013, but was  suspended last year on allegations of misconduct. In an earlier statement, SAA said these charges included “gross misrepresentation” to the Minister of Public Enterprises and “failure to act at all times in ...

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