Takatso consortium chair Tshepo Mahloele has insisted the group would have been able to inject R3bn into SAA as promised when it was selected as the airline’s strategic equity partner, despite talk that it was struggling to raise the funds.

“From the beginning we always had commitment to put money into this thing. We always said this was going to come from Takatso and whatever other sources we were going to get to do that. And we were very comfortable that we would have met that,” Mahloele said...

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