The rescue of SAA — even though it has not fully run its course — is already an expensive failure.

With R5.5bn spent running the business since December, there is no rescue plan on the table, employees — except for SAA’s top and senior management — are now going unpaid and millions in fees have flowed to the business rescue practitioners, lawyers, aviation consultants and accounting firms...

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