JOHANNESBURG - Numsa and the South African Cabin Crew Association (Sacca) warn they could stop SAA's Business Rescue Practitioners from submitting their business rescue plan if union members are not consulted as part of the process.
The unions want all stakeholders and their members to be consulted during the business rescue process.
The BRP intends to publish its business rescue plan by 6 March.
However, unions say this shouldn't happen until workers have been consulted, given an opportunity to make submissions and review the plan.
Last week the Labour Court dismissed Numsa's bid to prevent job cuts at SAA.
Unions have given the Business Rescue Practitioners until the end of business on Tuesday to respond to their demands otherwise they'll ask the courts to stop the publication from happening.