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SAA rescue plan meant to address past sins, not lay out the airline's future - BRP

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Interference by successive boards into operational issues undermined SAA, says a rescue practitioner.
Interference by successive boards into operational issues undermined SAA, says a rescue practitioner.
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The business rescue plan for South African Airways (SAA) is not intended to formulate a strategy for the future of the airline, according to Siviwe Dongwana, one of the state-owned flag carrier's joint rescue practitioners.

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