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Corporate South Africa loses faith in future of national airline

The South African parliament's tourism committee has said that the national carrier must keep flying and called on President Cyril Ramaphosa to intervene and restore it to financial stability.

Cape Town

SPECULATION that South African Airways is in danger of going under could become self-fulfilling.

The national carrier has been given 57 billion rand (S$5.3 billion) in bailouts since 1994 and last made a profit in 2011. Its already precarious finances took another hit...

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