Tasks of South African Airways (SAA), the nation’s public transporter, have been suspended with quick impact.
“This implies SAA will finish bringing home flights that have just been planned yet won’t plan any further flights,” Business Day news site reports.
Managers said they were putting the battling state-claimed transporter under “care and upkeep” until subsidizing for a rebuilding plan was found.
The aircraft was placed in insolvency security in December after hefty money related misfortunes in the previous scarcely any years, which have been exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The legislature has not concocted more than 10.5bn rand ($621m; £483m) to help a rebuilding plan plot by directors in June, EWN news site reports.