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One would think that the chair of South African Airways would make sure that she flies her own airline when jetting around South Africa. Well, not Dudu Myeni.
Yesterday, Myeni reportedly decided to board a BA flight to get to Parliament in Cape Town where she was grilled on several matters.
Apart from it being revealed that the broke SAA was looking to the PIC for a further loan, much of SAA’s executive were absent from the briefing.
If there was ever a time for government to sell the loss-making SAA, now would be it, because it’s clear that privately-run players such as Comair – which operates BA domestic flights in SA – are capable of being suitable replacements.
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