Natasha Marrian Deputy editor: Financial Mail

The strike at SAA could push the national carrier over the brink, and the government appears to be willing to let that happen.

Politically, there is no appetite to bailout SAA, but more importantly, there is simply no money to do so without compromising government finances further.

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