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In City_Press Business today: Regardless of the bailout from government, SAA may not be able to avoid being placed under business rescue; Where to save R600 a month? There are several options open to grow your money, writes mayaonmoney

Regardless of the bailout from government, the national carrier may not be able to avoid being placed under business rescue.

Following a crippling R50m a day strike this week, the airline is facing a challenge from Solidarity which seeks to place the airline in rescue.If you have the cash to spare, there are several options open to grow your money. Maya Fisher-French answers this and other reader questions.We all know that China and Russia have vested interest in large infrastructure projects in Africa.

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