Daily Skinny: King Shaka hits record 5.5m passengers, Celebrate World Wildlife Day, CemAir extends flight schedule

2018-02-23 16:30
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Behold the weekend Skinny!

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#TravelTrends: Airbnb launches new products to highlight its 'super' listings

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UPDATE: KZN's Umhlanga beaches re-open after sewage spill

Durban's popular Umhlanga beaches have re-opened to the public following a sewage scandal.

SAA passenger flights unaffected as three cargo planes grounded

Another day, another SAA dilemma...

WATCH: Qatar Airways takes delivery of its first A350-1000

Airbus has released its newest addition to its family of extra wide-bodied planes, the A350-1000.

Girl injured by emotional-support dog while boarding flight

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UPDATE: CemAir announces extended interim flight schedule operated by third party

CemAir announced an interim flight schedule until Monday, 26 February.

King Shaka hits record 5.5m passengers as direct Durban-London route plans continue

Numbers don't lie, check the scoreboard!

PICS: Kalk Bay Harbour parking area gets a facelift

A "much-needed" facelift? We love it! 

World Wildlife Day: 5 Ways to celebrate our Big Cats on 3 March

'Big Cats: Predators under threat'.

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