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Byline: Renee Bonorchis
Jokes aside, it is high time for radical change at SAA IT WOULD appear that flying South African Airways (SAA) certainly comes with its perks. Will that be chicken, beef or cocaine, sir? The jokes will be endless. I've seen images of SAA fuselages with dope leaves superimposed on to them. I've seen fake new uniforms with little marijuana symbols patterned across them. I've seen satirical articles about passengers who thought air stewardesses were being rude but now realise it was only the tik talking.
But as our national airline lurches from one public relations disaster to the next, the reality gets less and less funny. I don't know …