If it seems that the SAA nightmare is a never-ending one that is because it is.

On Wednesday, the airline told the standing committee on public accounts that notwithstanding the Treasury’s R5.5bn bailout this year and its undertaking to repay R9.2bn of the airline’s debt over the next three years, it still does not have enough money to operate...

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