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Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba.(Photo: AFP)
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba.(Photo: AFP)

Cape Town – The government has not taken a decision yet whether an equity partner will become a shareholder of SAA, said Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba on Wednesday.

Gigaba fielded questions from members of Parliament for the first time since his appointment to the National Treasury on 31 March this year.

Alf Lees from the DA asked Gigaba if SAA intends to continue with the sale of a part of the airline to private equity partners.

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