Picture: 123RF/RICHARD VAN DER SPUY
Picture: 123RF/RICHARD VAN DER SPUY

The UDM says it is willing to go to court to challenge the government’s decision to sell a 51% stake in SAA to the Takatso Consortium.

The political party believes that the sale lacks detail and the involvement of Harith as part of the Takatso Consortium is a concern.

Business Day TV’s Alishia Seckam spoke to UDM leader Bantu Holomisa.

UDM leader Bantu Holomisa talks to Business Day TV about challenging government’s decision to sell 51% of SAA

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