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SPORTS Minister Mak-henkesi Stofile has called on airlines not to exploit 2010 World Cup visitors amid a probe into possible airfare price fixing.
"I enjoin all airlines not to milk the people of South Africa and indeed the people of the world simply because they are keen to be part of the World Cup," he said on Friday.
" It is not right. It is morally incorrect," he said.
Stofile was reacting to an investigation by the Competition Commission into airlines suspected of colluding on prices and pricing strategies for domestic routes during the World Cup in June.
The investigation targets British Airways and its franchisee Comair, South African Airways, its partners SA Airlink and SA Express, as well as 1Time and Mango, according to a statement from the commission.
The airlines have denied any collusion. British Airways said the investigation affected only its local franchise carrier Comair.
High airfares during the World Cup, with one airline punting a Johannesburg to Cape Town trip at double the price in May, have sparked a public uproar for months. - AFP