'Air cargo has to work if free trade in Africa is to work'
Aviation, and air cargo in particular, must be prioritised if the African free trade agreement ...
Mirage News reports:
The Transport Workers’ Union is warning the Federal Government against any rescue plan for scandal-ridden Swissport without strict conditions on labour standards and an equity stake in the company.
Swissport, formerly Aerocare which is owned by Chinese conglomerate HNA and carries out ground operations such as baggage and catering for airlines, is reported to be considering sacking 80% of its staff because of a fall-off in work at Virgin.
TWU National Secretary Michael Kaine said workers had for years suffered ...
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