By Eduardo Vessoni
Southern Africa has never been so far from Brazil as it is today. Since SAA (South African Airways) and Latam stopped operating the direct flight between São Paulo and Johannesburg in the last two years, arriving in southern Africa means facing a long journey.
Until then, disembark on the O.R. Tambo, the only gateway for Brazilians to South Africa (and all the rest of the south of the continent), consisted of a direct flight lasting about 10 hours to Johannesburg.
To fill the gap, Taag (www.taag.com) has turned its eyes to the Brazilian . . .