SA Post Office welcomes back customers and gears itself for 2017

Mark Barnes, CEO of SAPO, says things are looking up for 2017.

He says although things take time to shape up they are certainly moving in a right direction.

When asked whether they have managed to get all the Christmas gifts sent via Post office, Barnes says the busiest time has passed now that Christmas is just around the corner.

He says he hopes that everything that was sent through Post Office has reached its destination and the recipients are happy.

Healing takes time if you are going to do it properly. We are still going to make a loss for our financial year ending March 2017.

Mark Barnes, CEO of SA Post Office

The good news is that our clients are coming back, particularly on the corporate side and I am overwhelmed by how much they want us back.

Mark Barnes, CEO of SA Post Office

Listen below to SAPO CEO on how things are shaping up for the parastatal:


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