South African Airways CEO Quits Over Lack of State Support

Posted in: Intellidex in the media on June 3, 2019

“The resignation letter of SAA’s CEO appears to strongly suggest that the airline is being forced into administration, deliberately or indirectly by government”, says Intellidex head of capital markets Peter Attard Montalto. In Bloomberg today

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