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Navigating the turbulence of South African Airways

Navigating the turbulence of South African Airways

3 February 2020 11:02 AM

Eusebius in conversation with Chief Commercial Officer, Philip Sanders, on the state of the national carrier including the latest bailout by the Development Bank of South Africa. Ray Mahlaka, financial journalist, then reflects on the interview and provides analysis on the key points raised.


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