SA Express receives lifeline from employees

SA Express is another embattled state owned airline which was due to get its wings clipped amid the tough economic landscape for the airlines industry, but they have received a lifeline from its employees. SA Express employees under a group called Fly SAX has been given the green light to buy the airline and return it to the skies. Aviation Analyst, Desmond Latham joins CNBC Africa for more.

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