Government ready to make tough decisions on SAA: Gordhan

Sarg3_ZN

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1. Stop stealing
2. Investigate all the tenderpreneurs that have been award tenders by SAA for irregularities and corruption, get all of those funds back
3. Shutdown the airline, its not needed
4. Pay off as much of the debt as you can by selling SAA assets and using the funds recovered from the tenderpreneurs

Use this template to fix the other SOE's will need to modify it a bit though
 

Tman*

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Lulz right

My prediction. Staff will get very close to their demands, while SAA bleeds millions.

Bailout in 2020
 

Gaz{M}

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I think SAA literally can't be profitable, even by a private owner, unless it is run like a low cost International airline with cherry picked routes and minimal staff.
 

ToxicBunny

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I think SAA literally can't be profitable, even by a private owner, unless it is run like a low cost International airline with cherry picked routes and minimal staff.
In its current state, you are right...

But if it was run properly, SAA could be profitable quite easily.
 

Voicy

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SAA is geographically screwed.

RSA isn't a connecting hub for air traffic. It's a final destination. Trying to turn it into Emirates just won't fly.
 
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