PODCAST | SAA is past salvation, but who do we blame?

Sunday Times Politics Weekly

04 December 2019 - 11:54 By Amil Umraw, qaanitah hunter, aphiwe de klerk, Zimasa Matiwane and ZINGISA MVUMVU
SAA cabin crew member Deon Bells, right, is among the srtikers who has beef with the national carrier.
SAA cabin crew member Deon Bells, right, is among the srtikers who has beef with the national carrier.
Image: Sunday Times/Esa Alexander

SAA continues to haemorrhage funds and politicians continue to argue about the future of the embattled state-owned entity (SOE). In this week’s Sunday Times Politics Weekly podcast, the team has a heated debate about what ought to be done with SAA and who is to blame for the situation the airline finds itself in.

The team also confronts the contentious issue of coalition governance. Is it the future of SA politics or simply a divisive strategy that prevents adequate governance?

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