Administrators in charge of South African Airways said on Tuesday that they were suspending all operations and putting the struggling state-owned airline under “care and maintenance” until funding for a restructuring plan was found. “All existing cargo and repatriation flights will be undertaken [but] no new ones will be accepted,” a spokeswoman for the administrators told Reuters, adding that certain funders were willing to provide a portion of the funds for the airline’s restructuring plan, and that they were engaging with the government on the remaining funding needed.