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South African Airways (SAA) is optimistic about its future, despite a report from the auditor-general’s office that shows that the company’s net loss last year totalled R5.6bn.

CEO Vuyani Jarana, who has been at the helm since November last year, believes the airline can make use of a five-year turnaround plan to ensure its viability and sustainability.

Jarana spoke to Business Day TV about what the airline plans to do to ensure its survival.

SAA CEO Vuyani Jarana talks to Business Day TV about the turnaround plan aimed at ensuring the airline’s viability and sustainability

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