We anticipated this massive loss… SAA has been so badly run.— Alf Lees, Shadow Deputy Minister of Finance at Democratic Alliance
South African Airways has declared a loss of R4.6 billion.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Alf Lees, Shadow Deputy Minister of Finance at Democratic Alliance.
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Dudu Myeni is a little warlord. Her appointment was completely irrational.— Alf Lees, Shadow Deputy Minister of Finance at Democratic Alliance
Government is taking money that could go towards ‘Fees Must Fall' or child grants.— Alf Lees, Shadow Deputy Minister of Finance at Democratic Alliance
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