The South African government has agreed to make a further cash infusion into its loss-making national carrier, South African Airways (SAA), as  it seeks to establish conditions for a decisive turnaround strategy. An SAA spokesman confirmed to ATW May 11 the government has committed to making a R5 billion ($407 million) cash injection into the airline. The new payment is the latest in a series of bailouts for the carrier—the most recent was less than a year ago. Just two months ...

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