Will the state pay for SAA to keep its wings?

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 An airport cleaning staff member looks out to a grounded SAA aircraft on the runway at OR TamboInternational Airport in Johannesburg. Picture: Alon Skuy / The Times / Gallo Images
An airport cleaning staff member looks out to a grounded SAA aircraft on the runway at OR TamboInternational Airport in Johannesburg. Picture: Alon Skuy / The Times / Gallo Images

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Liquidation is an attractive option for those looking to lessen the wage burden at the national carrier, however, plans to rescue it are allegedly further than we know

If SAA’s creditors approve its controversial rescue plan on Tuesday, government will have to provide a written undertaking that it will fund the plan within a week.

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