21 September 2018

South Africa: New rhino and elephant poaching figures!

According to the latest statistics released by the Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA), South Africa has lost at least 508 rhinos to illegal poaching between 01 January 2018 and 31 August 2018 (January - August 2017 = 691). Out of the 508 rhinos poached, at least 292 rhinos (2017: 332) got illegally killed by poachers in Kruger National Park. 163 rhinos were poached in KwaZulu-Natal between 01 January and 31 August 2017, while this year's number stands at "only" 83. The provincial and national breakdown for the period 01 January to 30 August 2018 is as follows:
Rhino, Rhinoceros, South Africa, Kruger National Park

A total of 13 wildlife traffickers (5 Chinese nationals and eight South Africans) were arrested between 01 January and 31 August 2018. More than 60,92kg of rhino horn was confiscated and linked to poaching crime scenes in KwaZulu-Natal and the Northern Cape. For Kruger National Park, the number of arrests of alleged poachers stands at 162 for the period 01 January 2018 to 31 August 2018. A total of 145 weapons have been seized in rhino-related incidents both inside and outside Kruger National Park since the beginning of 2018; and a total of 83 rhino horn confiscated in the same period.

elephant, baby elephant, Kruger National Park, South Africa

A total of 58 elephants were poached in the Kruger National Park between 01 January and 31 August 2018.

LAM Mozambique Airlines to launch nonstop flights between Beira <> Johannesburg!

LAM Mozambique Airlines, the flag carrier of Mozambique, is set to launch nonstop flights between Beira Airport (BEW) in Beira and OR Tambo International Airport (JNB) in Johannesburg. Effective 30 September 2018, the airline will operate three weekly flights between the two destinations. The coastal city of Beira, one of the oldest of all and the second largest in the country, is situated on the Mozambique Channel (Indian Ocean) at the mouths of the Púngoè and Búzi rivers in Mozambique's central Sofala Province.

20 September 2018

Tanzania to introduce a new security fee for air travel!

The Tanzania Airport Authority (TAA) will introduce a new security fee on all domestic and international flights in Tanzania. Starting on 01 October 2018, an additional TSh5 000 (GBP1.70 | €1.90 | $2.20 | ZAR32.20) will be incorporated in ticket prices for domestic flights and an additional US$5.00 (GBP3.80 | €4.30 | ZAR73.60) will be incorporated in ticket prices for international flights. According to TAA's director general Mr. Richard Mayongela, the fee is meant to help fund improvement of Tanzania's airports security.

19 September 2018

Hluhluwe Imfolozi Game Reserve: Nyalazi Gate inaccessible on 20 September 2018!

update (21 September 2018): According to the Zululand Observer, Hluhluwe Imfolozi Game Reserve's Memorial Gate has been closed due protesters blocking the road leading to the gate! 

Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife, the governmental organisation responsible for maintaining wildlife conservation areas and biodiversity in KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa, just informed the public on Facebook that it requests all travellers planning to visit Hluhluwe Imfolozi Game Reserve on 20 September 2018 to enter through Memorial Gate or Cengeni Gate. The Game Reserve's Nyalazi Gate will be inaccessible due to a Community March that will take place on the R618.

Hluhluwe Imfolozi Game Reserve has three entrance gates: Memorial Gate in the nortern section of the Game Reserve (via Hluhluwe), Cengeni Gate (via Ulundi) in the South Western section and Nyalazi Gate in the South East section (via Mthubathuba or St. Lucia).

Constitution Hill (Johannesburg): Free access on Heritage Day & World Tourism Day!

Johannesburg's Constitution Hill is a living museum that tells the story of South Africa's journey to democracy. The site is a former prison and military fort and is, today, home to the country's Constitutional Court. During September 2018, which is Heritage Month and Tourism Month in South Africa, Constitution Hill will be offering free entrance* on two days - on Sunday, 24 September 2018 (Heritage Day) and on Wednesday, 27 September 2018 (World Tourism Day).
The Constitution Hill precinct is located at 11 Kotze Street in Braamfontein, Johannesburg near the western end of the suburb of Hillbrow. The opening hours are daily from 09:00 to 17:00, with the final tour departing from the Visitor Centre at 16:00. Tickets for adults cost between R65 (1hrs highlights tour) and R350 (3hrs time travel tour). If you are visiting Constitution Hill as part of your City Sightseeing red bus tour, your red bus ticket entitles you to a 25% discount off your Constitution Hill ticket price on the day of your red bus trip. Please note that the bus stop at Constitution Hill will be temporarily relocated to Kotze Street (next to the big wooden door at the Old Fort) between 15 - 26 September 2018.

*This offer applies to general admission for self-guided tours throughout the precinct.

17 September 2018

Kruger National Park: Temporary closure of Shingwedzi Rest Camp in September 2018!

The Shingwedzi Rest Camp, located in the northern part of the Kruger National Park, is hosting the 24th edition of the "Baroque in the Bush" concert event from 17 to 23 September 2018. The rest camp is fully booked during that period and inaccessible to other guests except for the performing artists and the concert-goers. However, the filling station, shop and the public ablutions will operate as usual at Shingwedzi Rest Camp and are open to the public.

Turkish Airlines to launch flights between Istanbul <> Lusaka!

The national flag carrier airline of Turkey, Turkish Airlines, will launch scheduled services between Atatürk Airport (IST) in Istanbul and Kenneth Kaunda International Airport (LUN) in Lusaka in Zambia via Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR) in Dar es Salaam in Tanzania on 13 December 2018. The airline will operate two weekly flights on Mondays and Thursdays (IST > DAR > LUN) as well as on Tuesdays and Fridays (LUN > DAR > IST). According to Turkish Airlines chief executive officer Bilal Eksi, the airline would gradually increase the frequency of weekly flights.

14 September 2018

KwaZulu-Natal: KZN Sharks Board strike continues - most beaches not safe for swimming!

The KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board Maritime Centre of Excellence (KZNSB) is still experiencing industrial action with its labour force. Due to the limited forces available, the organisation has had to temporarily reduce the number of protected beaches in KwaZulu-Natal. Bathing is currently open at the following beaches:
  • North Coast: Willards Beach (Ballito Bay main beach), Umhlanga Rocks main beach
  • Durban: Ushaka to Bay of Plenty Beach inclusive
  • South Coast: St Michaels, Uvongo, Lucien, Margate, Ramsgate, Southbroom, San Lameer
Visitors to the beaches are requested to check with the lifeguards prior to entering the water at any of the non-mentioned beaches.

southern right whale, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

The KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board Maritime Centre of Excellence (KZNSB) maintains shark nets and drum lines off the coast of KwaZulu-Natal to protect bathers and surfers from shark attacks at a total of 37 beaches. Most of the shark nets deployed by the KZNSB are 214m long and 6m deep and are secured at each end by two 35kg anchors; all have a stretched mesh of 51cm. The nets are laid in two parallel rows approximately 400m offshore and in water depths of 10-14m.

South Africa: Free entry to Iziko museums in Cape Town during in_Herit Festival 2018!

Iziko Museums of South Africa, which operates 11 national museums, the Iziko Planetarium and Digital Dome, the Social History Centre and three collection-specific libraries* in Cape Town, in partnership with the HCI Foundation, will host the 11th annual in_ herit Festival from 24 - 30 September 2018. During that week, the Iziko museums in Cape Town will be free of charge (Castle of Good Hope and Groot Constantia are free only on Heritage Day. The Iziko Planetarium and Digital Dome is half-price on Heritage Day). The annual festival provides visitors with the opportunity to discover and explore the Iziko museums and South Africa's history. It will comprise of a series of walkabouts, guided tours, an exhibition opening, events, and the Museum Night at the V&A Waterfront.

*Bo-Kaap Museum, Groot Constantia Manor House, Koopmans-De Wet House, Maritime Centre, Michaelis Collection at the Old Town House, Planetarium, Rust en vreugd, SAS Sommerset, Slave Lodge, Social History Centre, South African Museum, South African National Gallery, Bertram House, William Fehr Collection at the Castle of Good Hope

13 September 2018

Karoo National Park: The camp site's communal facilities are getting an upgrade!

South African National Park (SANParks) has started upgrading several buildings of the camp site in Karoo National Park on 05 September 2018. The renovation work, which will be stopped during long weekends and school holidays, includes the communal female and male ablutions as well as the communal laundry and kitchen buildings. The upgrade is expected to finished by mid-November 2018.

Karoo National Park's camp site offers 24 pitches, which are all equipped with 220V power points. A maximum of six persons, one caravan with a side tent and one vehicle, or one tent and one vehicle, or one auto villa or one motorised caravan are be permitted per site. Karoo National Park covers about 750km² and is located near the town of Beaufort West in the Great Karoo area of South Africa's Western Cape.

12 September 2018

Cape Town's world champ surfers launch #ItsAllStillHere tourism campaign!

update (21 September 2018): Michael February's video is out now!

update (14 September 2018): Frank Solomon's video is out now!

Wesgro, the Official Tourism & Trade, Investment Promotion Agency for Cape Town and the Western Cape, has teamed up with internationally acclaimed local surfers Jordy Smith, Mikey February and Frank Solomon for its new #ItsAllStillHere tourism campaign. The campaign showcases the beauty and epic surf conditions in Cape Town and the Western Cape. At the same time the campaign reminds of the worst drought the region ever suffered from and points out that this extraordinary destination is "all still here". The #ItsAllStillHere tourism campaign kicks off with three short videos which feature Jordy, Mikey and Frank explaining their personal relationship with water, and how the recent drought affected not only them, but the province as a whole. The first video, featuring South Africa's top-rated surfer Jordy Smith, has already been released. The other two videos, which will feature pro surfer and Hout Bay local Frank Solomon as well as Michael February, a young and aspiring pro surfer from Kommetjie, will follow soon. We'll keep you posted! 

Pilanesberg National Park: A massive fire burned down about 50% of the National Park!

North West Parks Board (NWPB), which manages 15 protected reserves in South Africa's North West Province, has released a media statement regarding the massive fire that occured in Pilanesberg National Park in early September 2018. According to the NWPB, the fire entered the National Park from the north and burnt very intensly through the central parts towards the southern boundary. The fire also spread to the east and the area known as the Wilderness Area burnt down completely. The total area burnt to date is approximately 50% of the National Park. Little damage was done to infrastructure of Pilanesberg National Park. Unfortunately, the well-known and very popular Mankwe hide, situated on the edge of the Mankwe dam, was completely destroyed, but lodges like the Ivory Tree Game Lodge and the Bakgatla Resort as well as pupular picnic sites like Fish-Eagle picnic site suffered no damage.

11 September 2018

Western Cape: Free access to CapeNature's reserves in September 2018!

CapeNature, a public institution with the responsibility for biodiversity conservation in South Africa's Western Cape, offers free access to all CapeNature Reserves open to the public from 17 - 24 September 2018. The free access fee will pertain to general access (conservation fee) and hiking, mountain biking and picnicking. The waiver will not apply to the Whale Trail or concessions (including canopy tours, bouldering, horse riding etc). Normal rates and access fees apply for any accommodation booked online or through CapeNature's call centre. 

Western Cape, South Africa, landscape

Zero (R0) rated permits needs to be given to everyone accessing the reserve during this time, as per usual standard procedure to ensure that all access numbers and activity numbers are counted. Access to Protected Areas during the CapeNature Access Week will be conducted during regular reserve hours and applies to entries at CapeNature reserve gates.

Cape Town: Zeitz MOCAA offers free entry on Heritage Day 2018!

Africa's largest museum of contemporary African art, the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa ("Zeitz MOCAA") in Cape Town, celebrates its one-year anniversary and offers free admission this upcoming Heritage Day on 24 September 2018! Free tickets will be available at the door and normal opening hours will apply (10:00 - 18:00; last entry at 17:30).

The Zeitz MOCAA, located in the V&A Waterfront, was recently named of one of Time Magazine's "World's Greatest Places". The museum building was constructed from the conversion of the 57m tall historic Grain Silo. The 9,500m² complex consists of nine floors with 6 000 m² dedicated to gallery spaces and 3 500 m² to site specific exhibition spaces. The Zeitz MOCAA was opened in September 2017

Cape Town: Museum Night returns to the V&A Waterfront!

Cape Town's Museum Night is back. On Thursday, 27 September 2018, several museums and sites at the V&A Waterfront will be open from 17:00 until 22:00, offering free admission to the public, with a number of other attractions offering half price admission. The museum exhibitions are supported by an exciting programme of performances and walkabouts. You don't require tickets for Museum Night. Just arrive at the V&A Waterfront, decide on where you would like to start, and use the printed programmes available to find your way around from there. The programme of the upcoming Museum Night will be announced soon. We'll keep you posted!

Qatar Airways to launch direct flights between Doha <> Mombasa!

The state-owned flag carrier of Qatar, Qatar Airways, will launch direct flights between Hamad International Airport (DOH) in Doha and Moi International Airport (MBA) in Mombasa, Kenya. From 11 December 2018, the airline will operate four weekly flights on board an Airbus A320 with 12 Business Class seats and 120 Economy Class seats between the two destinations. The new service will be Qatar Airways' second Kenyan destination, in addition to existing flights to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO) in Nairobi.

10 September 2018

Cape Town to relax water restrictions!

The City of Cape Town has announced that it will be relaxing its water restrictions by moving from the currenty Level 6B to Level 5. As of 01 October 2018, the water usage target in Cape Town will be increased from 50 litres to 70 litres per person per day and the daily collective consumption target will increase by 50 million litres to 500 million litres to ensure that water conservation efforts remain in place. 

The Western Cape Water Supply System's dams are currently nearing 70% of storage capacity, a very significant improvement on the situation at the end of the previous winter, when they were at 38% capacity. Rainfall remains highly variable, and while May and June saw rainfall close to that of an average year, July had very poor rainfall. This improved somewhat in August and so far in September the positive trend continues.

LATAM Airlines moves Johannesburg frequency increase forward!

According to Routesonline, LATAM Airlines Brasil, the Brazilian brand of LATAM Airlines Group, is set to increase the frequency of its flights between São Paulo/Guarulhos–Governador André Franco Montoro International Airport (GRU) in São Paulo and OR Tambo International Airport (JNB) in Johannesburg earlier than previously planned. The airline will operate seven instead of the current five weekly flights from 01 Februray 2018 and not from 31 March 2018.

Kenya Airways to introduce additional flights to Cape Town, Mauritius and the Seychelles!

Kenya's flag carrier, Kenya Airways, is set to increase flights between Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO) in Nairobi and Cape Town International Airport (CPT) in Cape Town. Effective 01 December 2018, the airline will add a further two non-stop flights per week to the route. Already effective 28 October 2018, Kenya Airways will introduce additional two flights between Nairobi and Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport (MRU) on Mauritius as well as between Nairobi and Seychelles International Airport (SEZ) on the island of Mahe (Seychelles). 

08 September 2018

Video series: Five films of five of South Africa's most beautiful National Parks!

update (10 September 2018): The fifth film "The Incredible Wildlife of the Marakele National Park" has been released! Enjoy!

South African National Parks (SANParks) teamed up with Cars.co.za, Total South Africa and DSTV to produce five films in five of South Africa's most beautiful National Parks. The result is a series of films tagged with the hashtag #LiveYourWild, which will be released in the run-up to SA National Parks Week 2018 (10 - 14 September 2018). So far (as of 08 September 2018), four films - "Segway, Kayak & Zipline in the Garden Route National Park", "The Flowers of the West Coast", "The Incredible Augrabies Waterfall" and "The History and Legacy of Mapungubwe" - have been released. Enjoy! We'll keep you posted!

07 September 2018

Kruger National Park: Numbi Gate inaccessible due to protests!

According to South African National Parks (SANParks), Kruger National Park's Numbi Gate is currently inaccessible due to protests in the surrounding areas, such as Mganduzweni taking place on the R538, and is blocked at the moment. Visitors are advised to use alternative routes e.g. R40/Kiepersol and the Phabeni Gate or the Paul Kruger Gate to access or exit Kruger National Park until further notice.
Numbi Gate is one of Kruger National Park's most popular entrace or exit gates. It is located ideal if coming from Nelspruit or White River as it is less than 60 minutes to reach. The closest camp to the gate is Pretorius Rest Camp

KwaZulu-Natal: Free entry to Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife parks on Fridays in September 2018!

Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife, the governmental organisation responsible for maintaining wildlife conservation areas and biodiversity in South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal Province, has launched the "Mahhala Fridays" initiative. Every Friday during Heritage Month (September 2018), the first 200 South Africans (don't forget your ID) to enter each of Ezemvelo's game reserves, except for the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, have free access.

Southern Africa: Rain season (October 2018 - March 2019) outlook! [update]

The 22nd Southern Africa Regional Climate Outlook Forum (SARCOF-22) has isuued the annual outlook for the 2018/2019 rainfall season (October - March) in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region*. The period, October to March, is the main rainfall season over most of southern Africa. The countries covered by the outlook include all SADC member states (Angola, Botswana, Comoros, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, Eswatini (Swaziland), Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe).

Kruger National Park, safari, South Africa,

According to the official statement (pdf), the bulk of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) is likely to receive normal to below-normal rainfall for most of the period October to December 2018 and above-normal rainfall over the northern half of Tanzania. From January to March 2019, most of the region will receive normal to below normal rainfall. Normal to above normal rainfall will be received throughout the 2018/19 rainy season in northern most Angola, central most Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), south-western Tanzania, northern Malawi and the islands states of Comoros, Mauritius, eastern most Madagascar and Seychelles.
The mean temperature will be normal to above normal for most of the 2018/19 season over the entire SADC region, except for Northeast of
Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), north-western Tanzania, extreme south of Mozambique, Eswatini (Swaziland), extreme east of South Africa, central South Africa, half north of Lesotho, extreme southwest of Botswana, south of Namibia, northwest of South Africa with the likelihood of above normal temperature. For detailed information on the climate outlook, click here (pdf)!

05 September 2018

Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park: Swimming pool at the Kalahari Tented Camp temporarily closed!

The swimming pool at the Kalahari Tented Camp in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in South Africa is currently undergoing necessary maintenance and is therefore not available for use to guests at least until 30 September 2018. The Kalahari Tented Camp is located conveniently close to the Mata-Mata Rest Camp (about 3 km) and the border post with Namibia (Welverdiend/Mata-Mata). The unfenced camp site is situated high up on a red sand dune, overlooking a waterhole in the dry bed of the ancient Auob River. It boasts 15 desert tents (1 luxury honeymoon tent; 4 familiy tents and 10 two-bed tents).

Western Cape: Jonkershoek Nature Reserve & Assegaaibosch Nature Reserve are again temporarily closed!

CapeNature, the public institution with the statutory responsibility for biodiversity conservation in South Africa's Western Cape, announced on their website that the Jonkershoek Nature Reserve and the Assegaaibosch Nature Reserve have been closed agaon to visitors until further notice due to protests and violence in the Jonkershoek Valley area.
The Jonkershoek Nature Reserve, which includes the smaller Assegaaibosch Nature Reserve, is located about about 9km from Stellenbosch in the south-western part of the Western Cape

04 September 2018

South Africa: Airlink to add capacity to its Johannesburg <> Richards Bay route!

South African regional carrier Airlink has announced that it will from 17 September 2018, in response to market demand, introduce further capacity to its services between OR Tambo International Airport (JNB) in Johannesburg and Richards Bay Airport (RCB) in Richards Bay. The airline will introduce one of its newly acquired 74-seat Embraer 170 E-Jet on the midday flights, and  from 01 October 2018 on the afternoon flights, which will offer customers enhanced "JET" comfort and a generous seat pitch. The E-Jet cabin layout features two plus two abreast seating, with large eye-level windows allowing in lots of natural light, and ample overhead bin space to accommodate carry on items. Every seat offers either a window or an aisle option. The 29-seat Jetstream 41 will continue to operate the early morning flights.

Zambia: Proflight Zambia plans to extend its network of regional routes!

Zambian airline Proflight Zambia has unveiled plans to extend the network of regional routes it operates from its hub at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport (LUN) in Lusaka. Flights to Johannesburg, Gabon (Léon-Mba International Airport (LBV) in Libreville?), Entebbe and Dar es Salaam are all being evaluated by the airline. Proflight Zambia's expansion plans are build on its existing domestic network, enabling passengers from across the country, including Ndola, Livingstone, Solwezi, Kasama, Mfuwe and Kalabo, to connect smoothly on to flights outside Zambia's borders.

Proflight Zambia, aviation, flights, Zambia, Southern Africa
(c) Proflight Zambia

The additional routes will be made possible thanks to the airlines's plans to invest and grow its fleet of aircraft, all of which are Zambian registered with the Zambia Civil Aviation Authority (ZCAA). Proflight Zambia currently operates a 50-seater Bombardier CRJ-100 jet, three 29-seater Jetstream 41 aircraft and two C208 Caravans. Plans are at an advanced stage to add a further 50-seater Bombardier Dash 8 aircraft to the fleet.

03 September 2018

North West Province: Free entry to protected areas during the North West Parks Board Park Mahala Week 2018!

Fourteen of the fifteen protected ares managed by the North West Parks Board in South Africa's North West Province, will open their gates for free from 11 to 15 September 2018. Free entry refers to gate entry only and not accommodation and other tourist attractions. This is to allow all South African citizens especially people living nearest to the reserves to enjoy and share in the biodiversity heritage of the Province. The following protected areas are taking part in this year's North West Parks Board Park Mahala Week:
  • Pilanesburg National Park
  • Kgasoane Mountain Reserve
  • Borakalalo National Park
  • Mafikeng Game Reserve
  • Barberspan Bird Santuary
  • Boskop Dam Nature Reserve
  • Wolwespruit Nature Reserve
  • Vaalkop Dam Nature Reserve
  • Molemane Eye Nature Reserve
  • Botsalano Game Reserve
  • Molopo Game Reserve
  • SA Lombard Nature Reserve
  • Highveld Nature Reserve
Madikwe Game Reserve is not taking part in North West Parks Board Park Mahala Week 2018.

South Africa's most punctual domestic airlines in August 2018!

Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) has published the on-time performance results of domestic airlines’ flying out of OR Tambo International Airport (JNB) in Johannesburg, Cape Town International Airport (CPT) in Cape Town and Durban's King Shaka International Airport (DUR) in August 2018.
On-Time Performance is measured by comparing the actual off-block time (when aircraft pushes back) against the airline schedule time for a departing flight. The measurement is done in accordance with the IATA (International Airlines Transport Association) universal standard benchmark with considers a 15 minute deviation from the scheduled time as an on-time departure.

OR Tambo International Airport (JNB), Johannesburg - 15 Min on Time Performance August 2018 (airport target 87%)
  1. FlySafair - 94.62% (July 95.68%)
  2. SA Express - 88.78% (July --.--)
  3. Airlink - 83.66% (July 79.26%)
  4. South African Airways - 82.24% (July 83.00%)
  5. Mango - 78.86% (July 83.01%)
  6. CemAir - 78.05% (July 74.75%)
  7. British Airways Domestic - 68.55% (July 82.25%)
  8. Kulula.com - 68.30% (July 77.70%)
  9. Fly Blue Crane Aviation - --.-- (July --.--%)
Cape Town International Airport (CPT), Cape Town - 15 Min on Time Performance August 2018 (airport target 90%)
  1. FlySafair - 93.39% (July 93.91%)
  2. South African Airways - 88.54% (July 89.10%)
  3. Airlink - 82.85% (July 82.24%)
  4. Mango - 80.27% (July 83.39%)
  5. CemAir - 78.18% (July 69.62%)
  6. British Airways Domestic - 69.41% (July 82.71%)
  7. Kulula.com - 68.54% (July 70.00%)  
  8. SA Express - --.-- (July --.--)   
  9. Fly Blue Crane Aviation - --.-- (July --.--%)
King Shaka International Airport (DUR), Durban - 15 Min on Time Performance August 2018 (airport target 91%)
  1. FlySafair - 96.31% (July 96.31%
  2. Airlink - 92.50% (July 96.96%)
  3. Mango - 87.89% (July 88.25%)
  4. South African Airways - 87.08% (July 84.00%)
  5. British Airways Domestic - 73.58% (July 83.38%)
  6. Kulula.com - 72.09% (July 71.99%)
  7. SA Express - --.-- (July --.--)