South African Airways has reduce/canceled many regional and international routes as part of its restructuring plan.
Airline was saved from the brink of collapse in late January, when it was given 3.5 billion rand in emergency funding from the government-owned Development Bank of Southern Africa.
Airline also trying to sell nine of their A340s, in an effort to reduce cost.
From February 29, it will no longer serve Abidjan via Accra (Ghana), Entebbe (Uganda), Guangzhou (China), Hong Kong, Luanda (Angola), Munich (Germany), Ndola (Zambia), and Sao Paulo (Brazil).
On its domestic route network, it will continue to serve Cape Town from Johannesburg on a reduced basis, but will end all other destinations, including Durban, East London and Port Elizabeth.
The state-owned airline has not made a profit since 2011, and bailouts over the last three years have totalled more than 20 billion rand.