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Covid-19 forces Airports Company South Africa to shed non-core assets

A worker walks beneath electronic flight schedules boards at Cape Town International Airport, run by state-controlled airports company ACSA.
A worker walks beneath electronic flight schedules boards at Cape Town International Airport, run by state-controlled airports company ACSA. © REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
Financially hammered by the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, Airports Company South Africa is in desperate need of cash to stay afloat. [...] (380 words)
Issue dated 19/02/2021 Reading time 2 minutes
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