SAA’s fate lies in hands of corporate SA

SAA’s fate lies in hands of corporate SA

It was inevitable, but it still came as a shock the meddlesome Department of Public Enterprises stood back long enough to allow the SAA board to apply for voluntary business rescue, a process that was completed on Thursday 5 December 2019.
The board has appo…
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Adetunji Omotola is the Founder of The Guild of Nigerian Professionals-SA and Nigeria Diaspora Television. He is the Presenter of Afrobizz on Kaya FM and Africa Now on Africa Business Radio. He is also The Founder of African Wine Circle and blogs at www.winelawandpolitics.wodpress.com

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