Tshwane council shamed over chaos at SA's third busiest airport

Tshwane council shamed over chaos at SA's third busiest airport

Truant Tshwane MMC says there are plans to rehabilitate crippled Wonderboom National Airport after favoured managing company bails out.

Since Noseweek’s report about the mismanagement of Wonderboom National Airport that has been run into the ground, things have unravelled at speed, with several new developments including requests for the Mayor of Tshwane to intervene urgently. Wonderboom was once South Africa’s third-busiest airport with an average of 220 planes landing and taking off each day – a number that has reduced to just 60 a day.

Like to see more ?

Subscribe to our on-line edition !

For a mere R305.00 per year you get the convenience of our online version including:
  • Twelve monthly issues of Noseweek delivered to your browser
  • A searchable archive
  • Access to every back issue since 1993 !
  • A downloadable PDF version

If it’s just the article you are after, you can purchase it by clicking here.

Tempted ?

For a taste of what awaits you, you are welcome to browse this free issue.

Share this article:

Reader's comments

Like to add your own comment ? Please click here to subscribe - OR -


While every reasonable effort is taken to ensure the accuracy and soundness of the contents of this publication, neither the authors nor the publishers of this website bear any responsibility for the consequences of any actions based on the information contained therein.

Important information regarding cookies
By using this website, you consent to the use of cookies in accordance with our Privacy Policy.