Stranded air crew could be on their way home
The commercial dispute that has led to two South Africans being held in Equatorial Guinea since the 17th of November may be resolved on Monday. One of the companies involved in the saga says it is meeting with Foreign Affairs again and hopes to finalise the pair's return. Cabin crew members Ruwaida Kaldine and Sechan Pillay were prevented form leaving Equatorial Guinea over a debt owed by their company Gal Aviation. Authorities in Equatorial Guinea plucked the two from the plane that was to take them to Johannesburg on the 13th of December, after South African ambassadorial staff had escorted them on board a flight in Malabo.