WWE wrestlers robbed in SA

2011-07-06 09:25

Cape Town - A number of WWE superstars, in South Africa for shows in Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg, have had goods stolen out of the luggage en route to the country.

Wrestling superstar Randy Orton posted the following on his Twitter account:

"Landed in Capetown a few hours ago. Beautiful here. Too bad over half the roster had various items stolen out of they're checked luggage."

According to the Wrestleview website, Orton mentioned that the bags with locks on them were cut off and robbed.

Orton claims that since he didn't have a lock on his bag that it was left alone. A short list of missing items are a watch, a GPS system, and clothes.

Orton did not reveal which superstars were robbed. 

The WWE superstars will be in action at the Grand West Arena at Grand West tonight and tomorrow, before moving to Durban on Friday and Johannesburg for shows on Saturday and Sunday.


  • Flinger - 2011-07-06 09:35

    If you catch the robbers employed by ACSA, please put them in the ring!

      Grayman - 2011-07-06 09:43

      That's a brilliant idea. Now just to try and catch the culprits! Pity that ACSA does nothing about it because they see it as extra income for their workers. What an advert for South Africa! We welcome you, we rip you off!

      Charles Small - 2011-07-06 09:51

      The problem with that is that these big blokes wouldn't know how to actually hit the thiefs.These guys are trained to miss each other.. Hows that gonna work?

      Kaapie - 2011-07-06 10:04

      I think this is just play acting LOL

      Meanleader - 2011-07-06 10:05

      Welcome to the ANC ...this is no longer SA . SA is gone under the mist of corruption , institutionalised racism, and the highest crime rate in the world ---- this is the ANC's sandpit .

      daaivarksetier - 2011-07-06 10:20

      "Here we have O.R Thambo International, and over there is parliament, and over there is the Kruger National Park and over there is Cape Town, ok now sit very still and do not move give me all your belongings, cell phone's, chains, clothes, watch and GPS systems." WELCOME TO SOUTH AFRICA. A TRUE SOUTH AFRICAN WELCOME THAT IS HOW WE DO IT HERE, YOU SISSY ACTORS!!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

      Idomeneo - 2011-07-06 11:00

      When luggage is broken into it's usually after check-in - there's not much time after landing at the destination. This probably happened at their departure airport in the US.

      Idomeneo - 2011-07-06 11:29

      Six thumbs down? Obviously some South Africans are very proud of their crime rate and don't like anyone questioning it.

      kent - 2011-07-06 11:46

      @Idomineo -who said they flew directly to CT - very unlikely! Am sure they came via J'burg.

      Idomeneo - 2011-07-06 12:16

      @Kent. It's possible they did fly via Jo'burg. Why are you so desparate for this to have happened in SA? South Africans claim to be so concerned about their negative image abroad, but they create the image themselves and get very upset when anyone tries to be positive. It's well known that there is a high level of theft at US airports, so in all likelihood, it could have happened there. But, if it makes you feel better, Jo'burg still holds the record fo the highest levels of theft.

      WeZo - 2011-07-06 12:41

      @Idomeneo i fully agree dude! My cuz recently attacked SA coz she said her luggage was stolen in here when she came from Perth. when it actually got lost back in Aus. Dont always hate guys. SA is bad at times, but cmon

      jowza - 2011-07-06 13:03

      this whole thing is staged.they dont own any luggage

      vambozha mutemi - 2011-07-06 13:10

      and give them a suplex

      johncarlos.biza - 2011-07-06 13:18

      WWE is not a sport, it is staged entertainment. This article belongs to Channel24

      craig - 2011-07-06 14:25

      I REALLY HATE those people who handle baggage at Cape Town international, i dont know of anybody who hasnt been robbed by them.

      seriass - 2011-07-06 14:29

      i for one hate this wrestling crock and wouldnt wathc it for anything. but these guys are athletes and train hard. credit where it is due. jump off your desk and land hald on your chair, then get up and run around and im sure it would be pretty darm sore. PLUS flippin entertaining for your co workers!

      Jan - 2011-07-06 15:12

      Sure they are fit (only "sport" where it’s acceptable to use steroids etc.) but I think the chairs and stuff they hit each other with has been compromised in some way to fail upon impact... I'd give my office chair to one of them to swing around.... If his face is still intact after a proper blow I’ll be somewhat impressed.

      miya7 - 2011-07-06 15:54

      HEY!!!!! yu@Meanleader - are all ANC member corrupt or racist,or all your DA members are clean not corrupt and not racits and your friends cry and cry when Pres Malema Talks.I always try to cool you now you ar taking S#!@T basted do not come with W##T .Tendence just go out basted

      ProudExpat - 2011-07-06 20:20

      Idomeneo! It OBVIOUSLY happened in SA are you so blinded by crime and corruption? These guys travel constantly in the US and other countries and haven't heard of reports of goods being stolen?? Coincidence? I think not...

      Blackboy - 2011-07-06 20:46

      @Kent & Idomeneo. Are you both stupid or are you just acting stupid. ????????? You can't even compare a first world country with this ANC country. Think before you ink.

      Idomeneo - 2011-07-06 20:50

      @Proudexpat. It's not obvious to me that it happened in SA. The fact that they travel around the US and we've never heard of it happening before doesn't mean that it hasn't happened. Have you read the US papers to see whether there have been any reports of this? I have travelled all over the world, including SA, and I've never (touch wood) had any problems with my luggage, but I have friends and family who have had this happen to them in various countries in Europe and in the US. It seems to me that there are white South Africans who desperately want to portray a negative image of SA to prove that the country is going to hell under black rule. I strongly suspect that if baggage handlers in SA were white that you would all be leaping to their defence and saying that this must have happened in the US. You've lost your ability to be objective and you are actually contributing to the decline of SA just as effectively as those in Government. When you have totally ruined the country you can sit back happily in your newly-created hell on earth and say with self-satisfaction "I told you the blacks would ruin the country".

      Idomeneo - 2011-07-06 21:02

      @Blackboy. I'm not aware of having compared SA to any first world country. I've merely pointed out that theft in airports happens everywhere and the US is well known to have a problem with theft from luggage. That's hardly comparing two entire countries is it?

      Boer - 2011-07-06 22:57

      Forget the ring man a bullet will do. Jeez what a crap country.

  • zulufox - 2011-07-06 09:41

    I'm sur ethey would love to get their hands of the thieves

      daaivarksetier - 2011-07-06 10:29

      NO they will not they are not as tough as their looks, they are actually just sissy actors who is scared of these dangerous people in our country. South Africa has got it all we rock. This was just a proudly warmth truly South African welcome and make our guests feel at home.

      Ryan77 - 2011-07-06 13:23

      @zulufox.. That is a very clever comment! Did you come up with that yourself ??

  • MuscleGrunt - 2011-07-06 09:42

    Randy is the sexiest man on earth - yum!

      Kitkat24 - 2011-07-06 09:47

      going on ur name i would assume you a guy..(oh well) sure he does not swing your way...

      wednesday - 2011-07-06 11:59

      You'll be surprised as to who swings which not judge a book by its cover.

      Paco7 - 2011-07-06 12:19

      are u a bum chum ???

      jowza - 2011-07-06 13:04

      do you swing on a wednesday

      PunkBuster - 2011-07-06 13:20

      I'd hate to hear your muscle grunt then...

      Paralegal - 2011-07-06 14:01

      Geez people. Don't get your nickers in a knot.

      cjm3 - 2011-07-06 15:20

      i agree with you kitkat hahahahaha

      Riaan - 2011-07-06 15:40

      You just gave these backwards bigots ammunition. Very few wrestlers do it for me.

  • erazor - 2011-07-06 09:43

    The legal definition of robbery is theft accompanied by violence or the threat of violence. How does one threaten violence against an item of luggage? Stuff was STOLEN from their luggage, not ROBBED. Wake up News24!!!!

      Fredster69 - 2011-07-06 09:46

      No, They held the bags up, and took the items...

      Parko - 2011-07-06 09:51

      Yeah we know. Look our journalists aren't the best , what can we do ?

      McDaNife - 2011-07-06 09:52

      I believe they held up the wrestlers and said 'gimme you luggage or else....Lol

      Eric West - 2011-07-06 09:57

      It's called "affirmative journalism"! :)

      Flee - 2011-07-06 10:37

      WWWaahahaha Brill, Shows intelligence of the Steroid pumped fakes, and our wonderful Journalistic industry...

      cooked - 2011-07-06 12:20

      In fact, if they had any idea how to report a story - they should have approached ACSA and the police for comment. That would have made it complete....

      johncarlos.biza - 2011-07-06 13:22

      This Eric West character goes around trolling every website on this planet. It must have a very sad life beyond the interweb - 2011-07-06 14:12

      Anyone needing lessons in English 101 please contact me.

  • pcpcoetzee89 - 2011-07-06 09:43

    Welcome in the "southern wonderland" of africa ... the most progressing and advanced continent on planet earth!

      Flee - 2011-07-06 10:39

      Ya wonder if you gonna get robbed. Wonder if your Taxi driver is a maniac, wonder if the hotels have indoor toilets, wonder if you will get attacked by a lion in Cape Town at the V&A?? Wonder if Mud Huts have central heating, wonder i we have doctors and hospitals, wonder wonder wonder... I love how Naive tourists can be....

      Idomeneo - 2011-07-06 10:56

      @ Flee. It's not that tourists are naive; these are the images that SA is portraying to the world now. A primitive country with a thousand ways to rob you, rip you off, or kill you.

  • freddie van eyk - 2011-07-06 09:44

    How many honest hardworking people are left in this place?

      Lekabisto - 2011-07-06 09:56

      Our very own govenrnment knows squat about hardwork, think we are running empty on honest hardworking people........

      Pickle - 2011-07-06 10:08

      It does not matter how many of us are left.... we don't get noticed over the magnitude of corruption.

  • Bosvark69 - 2011-07-06 09:45

    BWAHAHAHA.......that's so funny!! Especially after ACSA promised that it would never happen again and that the Cele said crime is at an all time low. Ag shame, so let's all vote ANC again ;)

      Lekabisto - 2011-07-06 10:00

      Its sad that I laughed so hard just by reading the is funny however that this country its living up to its reputation and our own government is ignorant to this while the whole world are constantantly being alerted to this.

  • Thys Basson - 2011-07-06 09:45

    Expect a Randy Orton Onderbroek and Ray Mysterio masker on BidOrBuy soon. Welcome to SA! :D

      Flee - 2011-07-06 10:40

      hehehe Hope Randy didn't have an oops in his undies... GGrroosss

      johncarlos.biza - 2011-07-06 13:24

      Randy Orton dingleberry auctioned *moronic laugh*

  • Richard - 2011-07-06 09:52

    Ahhhh, ACSA your employee ethics and code of conduct shown and instilled in your staff must make you a proud company of South Africa.

      jowza - 2011-07-06 13:08

      acsa staff were only helping out.the guys had excess luggage

  • Snys - 2011-07-06 09:52

    "....shows"! Why do these guys never get nominated for awards in the entertainment world?

      Paralegal - 2011-07-06 14:04

      Because the "shows" are pathetic maybe?

      miya7 - 2011-07-06 16:00

      becouse they intertain only 5 yr old(S) plz ask kids world award organisers

      ProudExpat - 2011-07-06 20:23

      @miya7: Are you perhaps one of the 5 year olds who can't spell "entertain"?

  • McDaNife - 2011-07-06 09:55

    Hey inspite of what happened to your luggages Welcome to South Africa. I know the south african public waiting for the real action. Pity these thugs are not in the ring with you.

      Jan - 2011-07-06 11:02

      "Real action" (rolls eyes) I don't even know why this is under sports 24... should be under entertainment or women 24...

  • njabulo.nxele - 2011-07-06 09:56

    Welcome to Africa!

  • Marcus Westin - 2011-07-06 09:57

    The brainless thieves will probably give the stolen items to Malema! So that he can add it to his already growing collection of high-end clothing, apparel and watches. Corrupt SA is truly an embarrassment. And the pathetic ANC is doing nothing about it. They are first in line when it comes to stealing and thieving.

      Rakgadi - 2011-07-06 10:15

      Well those sizes might only fit Malema?

      Bidartbru - 2011-07-06 11:46

      @Rakgadi, What size is that? Small in front, extra large behind....

  • charissa.cannon - 2011-07-06 09:57

    All those robbers must be put in the ring and have the scene knocked back into them. I was born an American but I have lived in South Africa all my life and I hate to say this but South Africa is not the same when I came here and I do want to go back to America not happy here.

      Mishka - 2011-07-06 10:10

      I have been here for just on 7 years now, from Russia. I have seen the absolute spiral when it comes to crime. I travel frequently (back to Russia), and how strange it is, the feeling I get when I land and I'm 'home'. The absolute sense of peace, calm, safety. After a vicious house-robbery in December last year, I vowed to leave (and did), never to return, but the Mr decided this could happen anywhere, and well, he's my man, so I'm back, but to this day I do not feel safe, in or out of the home. Question regarding this though - who is going to fit into these guys clothes - I mean, they are huuuuuuuuge????? Lovely welcome to this beautiful country!

      Boorgatspook - 2011-07-06 10:14

      You look like a wrestling fan

      Flee - 2011-07-06 10:42

      Bye Bye... Dont let the door smack you on the way out... - 2011-07-06 11:14

      Go Back to the states. What are you doing to improve the state of affairs in tha country, are you just standing by and taking stats or are you doing something positive. There are thugs in the states but your journalists are not reporting about them as much as ours do, so please go with peace and pass my regards, I won't miss you. - 2011-07-06 11:14

      I am not for crime, in fact my car was stolen in 2006 and my wife was hijacked in Sep last year but I am also against this sickness of our foreign friends who always claim that our crime level is the worst compared to their countries, you my mate charissa.cannon, Go Back to the states. What are you doing to improve the state of affairs in the country, are you just standing by and taking stats or are you doing something positive. There are thugs in the states but your journalists are not reporting about them as much as ours do, so please go with peace and pass my regards, I won't miss you. Your negativity is not doing us any good.

      Albo - 2011-07-06 11:54 Wtf are you doing besides acting like your xenophobic `brothers` telling people to leave? Have you ever actually been out of the country to feel what it is like not having to look over your shoulder every minute? Our crime levels are 100x worse than other countries but it seems that you just accept it. Next time your wife gets hijacked, think of your comments because it will happen again.

      Bob - 2011-07-06 11:57, you are such a narrow minded clown, what's with the attack on charissa, seems you don't like it when people speak to the truth, all charissa said was things have changed and she is not happy here any longer, nothing wrong with that, face it mate, crime is much worse here than in the states, it's at epidemic level here with a government thats not interested or capable of doing anything about it.

      johncarlos.biza - 2011-07-06 13:28

      There are a few towns which are still comparable to American cities. For example, we enjoy relative freedom in Cape Town than in Johannesburg. SA is not a big pot of identical flaws, move around a bit

      Neles - 2011-07-06 13:35

      @Idomeneo maybe if you had half a brain, you would have noticed addressing charissa.cannon

      Paralegal - 2011-07-06 14:12

      Sorry to burst your bubble guys but, according to a website called NationMaster, when it comes to total crimes per capita, SA is only 10th in the world! See And, OH MY GOODNESS, New Zealand is 3rd!!! SA also does not feature too high on the list for murders per capita:

      Zukisani - 2011-07-06 15:29

      America you say? i watch "lockdown" and "America's hardest prison" everyday on National geographic channel , i must say you should be the last person to talk , as a south african i admit we have a crime problem in this country and we are dealing with it, with that said i would rather live here than in a country where planes fly into buildings and after years of search you still haven't found weapons of mass destruction in Iraq the country looks like a dump site ,that should give you an idea that the weapons you looking for dont exist

      Gazza69 - 2011-07-07 09:11

      Mishka, those wrestling outfits would fit any of our Metro Cops....believe me!

  • tdk25 - 2011-07-06 09:57

    What a nice South African welcome....

      Matt - 2011-07-06 10:26

      When I first came to SA, a bunch of guys were trying to lure me away and I had to be fetched and ushered away... I'm an SA native now :-) but this still happens at JHB plenty ...

  • Dids - 2011-07-06 09:58

    Welcome to South-Africa the land of criminal opportunities....Give them the opportunity and they will take it....

  • Shistirrer - 2011-07-06 10:04

    Don't just assume that the theft occurred at the South African end of the journey. I travel often and have never had a problem in Cape Town. When aircraft get offloaded, there's not much time to tamper with luggage. When checking in, however, there's an hour or two to ransack the luggage. Also, if they flew in from the USA, they needed to have TSA approved locks on the luggage (TSA = Transport Security Administration). If the locks are not TSA approved, which means they can open them with a skeleton key, they are simply cut off - and that's on the USA end of the journey. I've had luggage tampered with and items stolen from my bags on domestic flights within the US.

      Shistirrer - 2011-07-06 10:21

      Follow-up: "The TSA has been criticized for an increase in baggage theft after its inception. Reported thefts include both valuable and dangerous goods, such as laptops, jewelry, guns, and knives. In 2004, over 17,000 claims of baggage theft were reported. As of 2004, 60 screeners had been arrested for baggage theft, a number which had grown to 200 screeners by 2008. 11,700 theft and damage claims were reported to the TSA in 2009, a drop from 26,500 in 2004. As of 2011, the TSA employs about 60,000 screeners in total (counting both baggage and passenger screening) and approximately 500 TSA officers have been fired or suspended for stealing from passenger luggage since the agency's creation in November 2001. The most affected airports are in the New York area – John F. Kennedy International Airport JFK, LaGuardia Airport LGA and Newark Liberty International Airport EWR."

      fishycraig - 2011-07-06 10:40

      Never thought of that. But it sounds logical. The bag has literally minutes from being offloaded to being on the carousel. Well done for shedding a different light on the matter.

      Anchorman - 2011-07-06 10:44

      so true like SA is the culprit it happened to me in France too

  • Boorgatspook - 2011-07-06 10:12

    Why is this in the sport section? Fake wrestling is not a sport.

      Utopia - 2011-07-06 13:04

      Fake??? Try it and then see how fake it is, dude!

      Anchorman - 2011-07-06 14:26

      @ Boorgatspook its called sports entertainment the same as the IPL

      MrMojoRising - 2011-07-06 22:56

      It's Sports ENTERTAINMENT, we all know it's staged . . . it's scripted, but def. not fake.

  • htiek - 2011-07-06 10:12


  • Rakgadi - 2011-07-06 10:13

    I can tell you paying that R50 to wrap your luggage is worth every cent at the airport. No one is save !!!!

      Rakgadi - 2011-07-06 10:17

      Or SAFE

      Neles - 2011-07-06 11:23

      save for light travellers

      The_Realist - 2011-07-06 11:29

      Rakgadi, unfortunately the luggage wrap is not available in the US (as far as i am aware, i have personally only seen it in good ole siffefrica), never when exiting the US.

      Shistirrer - 2011-07-06 15:30

      Luggage wrap is pretty much available all over the world, except in the USA. The TSA forbids it, because they reserve the right to go through your luggage unhampered.

      Allin - 2011-07-06 21:27

      I guess you're hoping for someone to steal your illiteracy?

  • daaivarksetier - 2011-07-06 10:21

    "Here we have O.R Thambo International, and over there is parliament, and over there is the Kruger National Park and over there is Cape Town, ok now sit very still and do not move give me all your belongings, cell phone's, chains, clothes, watch and GPS systems." WELCOME TO SOUTH AFRICA. A TRUE SOUTH AFRICAN WELCOME THAT IS HOW WE DO IT HERE, YOU SISSY ACTORS!!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

  • KomboKitten - 2011-07-06 10:25

    WHO IS SURPRISED??????????????????????????? NOT ME.

  • Sir Charles - 2011-07-06 10:26

    Did this happen during Apartheid ?

      Neles - 2011-07-06 13:50

      no - the only complaint ever received was the volume at which we sang kumbaya when we all got together to hold hands

  • TheUgly - 2011-07-06 10:28

    Welcome to South Africa!

  • kmcdrops - 2011-07-06 10:30

    bloody propaganda, attention seeking clown

  • bostik - 2011-07-06 10:30

    Welcome to SOUTH AFRICA!

  • tmuyererwa1 - 2011-07-06 10:30


  • alrum - 2011-07-06 10:30

    > stolen out of they're checked luggage > they're checked luggage > they're Nice. Now I'm not ever visiting this site again.

      Airborne68 - 2011-07-06 11:26

      And you're so smart? This is your favorite quote: "Even though I shall walk through the valley of darkness, I shall fear no evil. For I have a big stick, and I'm the meanest motherf***er in the valley."(Deep Blue Sea - Cuba Gooding Jnr) It was actually LL Cool J, not Cuba. You been snorting that bottle in front of you?

  • Fran - 2011-07-06 10:31

    Hey Randy, please RKO them if you catch them and I will clap and scream for you. Welcome to SA dude, nice and chilly here. So sorry about your stuff getting stolen but as I said; RKO is the only medicine.

      Kitkat24 - 2011-07-06 10:41

      Fran..Remind me to get you reading glasses or classes or hear aid..cause he clearly states that " that since he didn't have a lock on his bag that it was left alone" Dof Tril//

  • Kitkat24 - 2011-07-06 10:31

    im sure the robbers cant see me..!!!and went choke slam!!..gone

  • Rich - 2011-07-06 10:34

    "Landed in Capetown a few hours ago. Beautiful here. Too bad over half the roster had various items stolen out of they're checked luggage." Clearly too many steroids... Cant even get basic grammar right lol

  • AtReyU101 - 2011-07-06 10:39

    @Randy - *their

  • Ollie - 2011-07-06 10:39

    Welcome to the New ANC South Africa

  • Currie_Mafia - 2011-07-06 10:41

    Who's the Big Show now , eh ?!!!, what drivel !

  • Jerry - 2011-07-06 10:46


  • King - 2011-07-06 10:47

    Haha I would love to see all you guys saying these guys are sissies to get into the ring with them. But then again you are overweight, slow and will probably piss yourself when a 7foot Bigshow stares down at you.

  • bentz5000 - 2011-07-06 10:51

    Welcome to SOUTH AFRICA bru

  • KGB007 - 2011-07-06 10:55

    Eish, welcome to Africa. Here your stuff is my stuff.

  • GT - 2011-07-06 10:59

    like any paying customer of ACSA, that is is the service you can expect. Happens everyday to hundreds... usually for flights out of joburg. No idea why they cannot sort it out.

  • Abel - 2011-07-06 11:00

    This kind of crime can happen anywhere in the world, crime knows no colour, status or race. People were robbed in Germany during the 2006 FIFA world cup, for sure majority of you never bothered to read about it or notice because Germany is not ruled by ANC. Why is everytime bad things happen and you rush to think that is unique to SA, do you ever watch BBC or CNN, rather do it now because this kind of things gets reported, is not unique at all...

  • Ndivhuwo - 2011-07-06 11:09

    Welcome to Africa, thats how we say hello, damn this country is so embarrassing yohh!

  • jason banfield - 2011-07-06 11:13

    What is there to steal? They only wear underpants in the ring...

  • Neles - 2011-07-06 11:15

    "Landed in Capetown a few hours ago. Beautiful here. Too bad over half the roster had various items stolen out of they're checked luggage." - no mention of where this luggage was broken into but lets all assume dark africa. And the DA controlled news24 can delete this comment as well to go with all my other comments you DA-controlled news24 editors deleted.

      Airborne68 - 2011-07-06 11:29

      Since when does the DA control News 24? What a tool.

      Neles - 2011-07-06 12:19

      sorry meant to say DA controlled NASPERS Group - come on editor, you're slipping, you supposed to have deleted this comment by now instead of sending airhead68

  • Just peachee - 2011-07-06 11:23

    viper got RKO in SA

      Anchorman - 2011-07-06 13:06

      the viper got cape cobra'd

  • The_Realist - 2011-07-06 11:24

    welcome to the REAL siffefrica, try & enjoy your stay! (be greatful it is only your luggage that has had affirmative redistribution applied so far!)

  • Lloydd - 2011-07-06 11:24

    A while ago a few criminals were caught red handed by hidden camera's with result ACSA anti crime security was charged with infringements of human rights to privacy- they who are the criminals flouted our so called justice- got off because rights were infringed -where is the integrity of our lawyers or advocates who uphold flawed democracy for blood money !! We are bleeding, annihilated, and abused by criminal rights and the institutions of Justice who uphold such frivolous rights- to catch a thief we need to think like a thief! L L P

  • Lloydd - 2011-07-06 11:29

    I refer to my previous comment -To qualify how their rights were infringed - hidden camera's which caught them in the act had infringed on their privacy rights! they have a right to know! An honest person with integrity would not feel infringed by his behavior!

  • Nawe - 2011-07-06 11:32

    Like WTF? We need more harsh sentences to people embarassing the country.

  • Lloydd - 2011-07-06 11:34

    get an independent contractor to do luggage and security and the company who has the best solution and can offer the best service level agreements wins the contract- No reputable company would allow themselves to be 'shot in the foot' and be out of the door!

  • Craig - 2011-07-06 11:34

    They flew in from Aus. So there is no confirmation that it was done here in SA. Its is likely, but not a definate.