SA’s state-owned enterprises (SOEs) face big challenges that demand urgent solutions. We have seen SAA go into business rescue, and now Denel is struggling to meet its financial obligations, not forgetting that it recently posted huge losses.

Another worrying factor is that some of the main SOEs under the department of public enterprises are not performing at the optimal level required for them to be efficient and profitable, and this puts a strain on government finances...

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