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OPINION | SAA's 'knight in shining armour' would have appeared a long time ago

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Without the required funding from government or viable offers from interested investors, the national airline will simply not be able to resume its flying operations.
Without the required funding from government or viable offers from interested investors, the national airline will simply not be able to resume its flying operations.
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As international and domestic air travel resume in the next few months, the possibility looms that the business rescue proceedings of SAA, the first-ever business rescue commenced in respect of a state-owned enterprise, may ultimately fail.

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