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SAA Go Bafana fares

14 May 2010

Over a selling period from the 14th May to the 4th Jun 2010, SAA are offering their domestic "Go Bafana" fares:

  • between Johannesburg & Cape Town from R738

  • between Johannesburg & Durban from R453

  • between Johannesburg & East London from R681

  • between Johannesburg & Port Elizabeth from R681

  • between Cape Town & Durban from R681

These are one-way fares, inclusive of tax, but subject to change. Book at SAA, cross-check prices using the airline price comparison tool.

Terms & Conditions


Round Trip Journeys valid on -SA- flights only (including S A1000-SA1999), subject to 'G' class seats being available.

Travel Period:

On/before 31Jul 10

Minimum Stay:


Maximum Stay:

Within travel period


Tickets must be purchased within 24 hours after reservation of flights


Changes to bookings are subject to a fee of R342.00, subject to the applicable booking class being available.If the applicable booking class is not available : A fee of R 342.00 must be paid plus the applicable upgrade fee per sector. Upgrade permitted to next higher applicable fare.


Not permitted

Children(2-11yrs)/Infant (under 2 years) Discounts:

Children : No Discount Permitted
Infants (under 2 years): 10% of the adults fare


Not Permitted

Cancellations/No Shows:

Cancellations/No Shows: At any time non-refundable.

South African Airways can at any time change/discontinue these special fares and conditions without prior notice.

boarding an SAA plane at Cape Town Airport

SAA's destination of the month

Situated in the heart of Europe and bordering nine other countries, Germany provides an ideal gateway to any tour of the subcontinent. Its land is wide and varied with turreted castles nestled below snow-capped mountains, lush river valleys, dark and mysterious forests and bustling medieval villages. This is the land of fairy tales, where farmland minstrels headed to Bremen to become musicians, where Sleeping Beauty was woken and Little Red Riding Hood ventured into the woods.

Germany's cities each have something unique to offer the visitor. Each year millions of litres of beer are consumed in Munich during the city's Oktoberfest, where locals and visitors discover true German revelry and 'gemutlichkeit' (a word the locals use to describe a comfortable, sociable environment). Berlin, while still recovering from some of the scars of division, contains many sights from the iconic Brandenburg Gate, to the path of the old Berlin Wall. The city's vibrant nightlife is still evocative of its height in the 1920s and 30s, as characterised by the songs of Marlene Dietrich, the theatre of Brecht and the Film Cabaret.

South African Airways at Johannesburg Airport O.R. Tambo

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