Carol Paton Editor at Large

SAA is again in a perilous situation after the R2bn it was promised by the Treasury to fund the business-rescue process failed to materialise.

Without this funding the national airline could be forced to suspend flights by January 19, and could go into liquidation, which involves selling its assets to pay creditors.

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