According to Airports Company South Africa, all of the country’s airports will function normally on Monday.
This is despite the EFF’s preparations for a national shutdown, with protest marches against load shedding, unemployment, and other causes.
ACSA says it made the choice to continue operations despite warnings from organisers that road and aviation transit would be disrupted.
The EFF is also calling for the resignation of President Cyril Ramaphosa.
According to ACSA’s Gopolang Peme, contingency procedures have been put in place.
“ACSA will like to ensure the public that it has a contingency plan to mitigate any disruption planned for the day.
“All entities in the Acsa travel value chain are in the process of preparing respective contingency plans to ensure adequate resourcing across our airport. We will remain on high alert and normal operations will continue.
“We urge the public and airport users to consult the Acsa mobile website or directly contact your airline for any further developments.”