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SOUTH AFRICA: Treasury loses another spending battle

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In a 15 July letter of commitment to South African Airways (SAA)’s business rescue practitioners, the ministers of finance and public enterprises committed “to mobilize funding for the short-, medium- and long-term requirements to create a viable and sustainable national airline.” While Finance Minister Tito Mboweni had refused to provide any additional funding for SAA in his June supplementary budget, he now appears to have lost yet another fiscal battle. A 14 July vote by creditors that approved the latest business rescue plan required an immediate funding commitment. Without this, an
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