An attempt to overcome the protectionism that keeps South African airlines out of some other parts of Africa by forming a joint venture with a Congolese partner ended in disaster for state-owned regional airline SA Express, Inati Intshanga, its CEO, told the parliamentary portfolio committee on Public Enterprises today. A telephone call by an anonymous whistleblower in August , a month after the company’s external auditors had given it “a clean report”, had resulted in an investigation by forensic auditor Sizwe Ntsaluba which had given cause for concern. A final report was expected by mid-November. According to a report presented
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