I believe I can fly: Looking back at SAA's R10.5bn business rescue - was it all worth it?

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SAA was the first SOE to go into business rescue.
SAA was the first SOE to go into business rescue.
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When SAA went into business rescue at the beginning of December 2019, it was the first state-owned entity (SOE) to make use of this tool provided in the Companies Act.

About 16 months later, the rescue process has still not been finalised.

Was it worth it?

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