The leader of UDM Bantu Holomisa has shared his views regarding the news that Takatso consortium is in the process of now becoming an equity partner to the South African Airways. News24 has reported that South African Airways' chosen strategic equity partner, the Takatso Consortium has confirmed that the due diligence process to buy a 51% stake in the state-owned flag carrier is now complete and no material issues were identified.
And Bantu Holomisa appears to be surprised by this move. And he has taken to Twitter to express his views on this developments. The leader of UDM shared the News24 article which talks about the fact that Takatso consortium is now nearing becoming a strategic partner of South African Airways.
Bantu Holomisa has pointed out that how can the President allow to hand over the national asset to the people who have been fingered by the Mpati commission? And the leader of the UDM went on to assert that the President is not serious.
In his own words, Bantu Holomisa simply stated the following on his official Twitter account "This President is not serious , how can he hand over this National asset to people who have been fingered by Mpati Commissoon. When is he implementing its findings"
It must be remembered that SAA, was in business rescue from December 2019 to April 2021. And it only began doing domestic commercial flights again on 23 September 2021. The state-owned airline stopped commercial flights in May last year when the rescue practitioners indicated that there were insufficient funds to continue with commercial operations.
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