Khaya Sithole | SAA's request for payment is looming on the horizon

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Khaya Sithole.
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If SAA under Takatso is run in any form similar to what it was before, it stands absolutely no chance of surviving, says Khaya Sithole

At the beginning of 2021, News24 ran a series of articles under the theme of "Recasting the SA Economy". An article on SAA was issued under the heading of "Burning Fiscus". The focus of the article was the simple question of whether a country with a fiscus as fragile as South Africa's, could ever sustain continuous investments into an airline whose woes pre-dated the pandemic.

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