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It was always the plan to fund SAA subsidiaries, says DPE amid battle over salaries

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It is not a simple decision just to say Mango and SAAT must be placed in business rescue.
It is not a simple decision just to say Mango and SAAT must be placed in business rescue.

One cannot run South African Airways without having maintenance, in-flight catering and a low-cost offering, argues Kgathatso Tlhakudi, director-general of the Department of Public Enterprises.

That is why it has always been the intention of the department to fund SAA's subsidiaries, SAA Technical, Air Chefs and low-cost state-owned airline Mango.

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