The business rescue of SAA took too long, cost a lot of money and those in charge did not always make the right decisions. This is according to Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan, who sat down with the Mail & Guardian this week to talk about SAA, the future of the country’s ailing state-owned entities (SOEs), speculation they may be moved from his portfolio and accusations of political interference.
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