The SA Post Office (Sapo), which lost more than R1bn in the past financial year, is now the scene of battle between the board and shareholder minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams over appointments and her alleged interference in operations.

The Post Office is one of several state-owned entities that has had to rely on government bailouts to stay afloat.

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