Tag: Vuyani Jarana

Vuyani Jarana on how ICT can assist with the fight against COVID-19

COVID-19 has accelerated the global push into the Fourth Industrial Revolution. While the growth of the gig economy is leaving many industries redundant, one industry that is expected to continue thriving is telecommunications due to increased demand for digital connectivity. Vuyani Jarana, ICT veteran & Group Chairperson of Mobax joins CNBC Africa for more.

SAA appoints Zuks Ramasia as acting CEO, commit to turnaround plan

South African Airways has appointed Zuks Ramasia acting CEO to replace outgoing CEO Vuyani Jarana. She is the current General Manager of operations. The embattled airline has begun a domestic and global search for a new CEO, it said during a press conference. It is also looking to strengthen its board and has appointed Adam Voss to SAA technical. CNBC Africa reporter Karabo Letlhatlha spoke to SAA Board Member, Martin Kingston for more.

Outa’s Wayne Duvenage on SAA’s options for a turnaround

South African Airways CEO Vuyani Jarana resigned from his post as CEO of the State owned enterprise. The board of directors are tasked with the tough job to appointing a new leader to navigate the SOE out of its mounting debt. Joining CNBC Africa for more on the plight of SAA is Wayne Duvenage the CEO of Outa.

SAA’s Vuyani Jarana on key takeaways from #Budget2019

This year’s budget is less about “give me some more” and more about “let’s transform the business to be more accountable” SAA’s CEO Vuyani Jarana told CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters outside parliament today. He added that although there was no express allocation for SAA, the Budget did provide a framework to address the challenge of transforming SOEs.

SAAPA backs CEO Jarana’s turnaround strategy

Glen Smith, Executive Member from the South African Airways Pilots Association (SAAPA) has expressed confidence in CEO Vuyani Jarana in turning around the fortunes of the troubled airliner. He joins CNBC Africa for more.

SAA CEO Vuyani Jarana on saving the airline

CNBC Africa’s Lubabalo Mashiqana spoke to South African Airways CEO Vuyani Jarana, about the turnaround strategy for the troubled airline, as he reflects on the past year at the helm of the national carrier.

Troubled SAA announces ambitious rescue plan

Troubled SAA announces ambitious rescue plan

Should SAA be privatised? This is what its new CEO Vuyani Jarana thinks

Should SAA be privatised? This is what its new CEO Vuyani Jarana thinks
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