EDITORIAL | Saving SAA leaves SA's kids in the pit latrines

Beyond the rand and cents - even R10.5bn of them - saving SAA could cost the country for years to come

01 November 2020 - 18:29

So South African Airways has been saved... at a cost of R10.5bn. But beyond rand and cents - even this many of them - is a story of a bigger cost that could hurt the country for years to come.

January will mark seven years since five-year-old Michael Komape, a Grade R pupil, died a gruesome death when a pit toilet at his Limpopo school collapsed. He drowned on January 20, 2014...

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