Pilots of South Africa's Mango airline go on wage strikeStaff Writer | October 16, 2017
Pilots of South Africa's Mango, a low-cost airline owned by national carrier South African Airways, on Monday downed tools.
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"We are demanding 8.5 percent and Mango has not moved from its initial offer of 6 percent," said the Solidarity union's deputy general secretary Deon Reyneke.
Solidarity has 100 of Mango's 110 pilots as its members. ■