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Johannesburg - There was a victory for the media on Thursday as Judge Roland Sutherland set aside South African Airways' (SAA's) interdict against three media houses - Moneyweb, Business Day and Media24 - in the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg.

This means that the publications can now publish the airline's internal memorandum containing a warning about reckless trading.

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