JOHANNESBURG - British oil and gas multinational BP will no longer support airport refueling in South Africa.
The company says it based its decision on the company's current global business strategy.
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Last year, there was an issue with refueling Russian aircraft in South Africa due to sanctions on that country.
Then the state stepped in and offered to service the aircraft.
Neither ACSA nor BP are saying if the decision is related to that fallout.
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Aviation expert Phuthego Mojapele has his suspicions.
"In 2020, there was a proposal and they'd proposed they wanted to take control of the entire supply," Mojapele said.