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Court to rule whether SAA board members be included in Myeni case

Dudu Myeni

The North Gauteng High Court will on Monday rule on whether other South African Airways board members should be included in Dudu Myeni‘s case.

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) wants the court to declare the former SAA chairperson a delinquent director.

It’s accusing Myeni of making questionable decisions as chairperson and insists she’s more answerable than the rest of the board.


Myeni’s legal team is trying to convince the court that other board members should also be there. According to Outa, SAA lost over R16-billion during Myeni’s tenure. Myeni has previously failed to show up in court, claiming she did not have money for travel or lawyers.

In other news – Lasizwe’s tribute to his mom leaves Mzansi feeling emotional

Iconic South African comedian Lasizwe Dambuza paid tribute to his mom three years after her passing – The celeb says he misses his mom so much and Mzansi can feel his pain – SA showered the actor with love and comfort after the post had everyone catching feelings
Lasizwe Dambuza had Mzansi reaching for their tissues after paying an emotional tribute to his mother.

The comedian shared the moment on social media, opening up about the pain three years since losing his mom. “On this day 3 years ago, My mother passed on she left behind her two children, myself and my sister. Today is definitely one of those days… To everyone who has lost a parent, I know your pain! I miss you so much, mom. Read more

Source: eNCA