The South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) says it has not banned drones from operating in SA’s civil aviation airspace, but rather that no unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) meets with its requirements. In a statement, SACAA says it has never issued any specific notice or regulation banning the use of unmanned aircraft systems.”The current civil aviation regulations prescribe specific requirements for operating an aircraft in the South African airspace”.
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