Khaya Sithole | Why putting your hope in government is always a bad bet

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Former CEO Vuyani Jarana bet, three years ago, that SAA would be profitable by the end of this month. He sadly lost that bet not by a whisker but by a couple of years, an ill-fated business rescue and a global pandemic, writes Khaya Sithole. 

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