[Watch] Will R10 billion fix SAA asks CapeTalk's John Maytham?

CapeTalk's John Maytham weighs in on the R10 million earmarked for SAA.

According to Director General of the National Treasury, Dondo Mogajane, they are planning to bring a special appropriation bill, with an amount close to R10 billion to help SAA meet a debt that matures at the end of September 2017.

Will R10 billion fix SAA?

John Maytham, CapeTalk host

Perhaps if the R10 billion was accompanied by an entirely independent board it may begin to help, he adds.


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