Former SAA board chair Dudu Myeni claims she did not secretly meet with service providers about the Airbus deal. Myeni has been cross-examined for the third day by Outa and the SAA Pilots’ Association.
They are seeking to have her declared a delinquent director. Myeni says she did meet the deadline of December 2015 that was set out by then Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan to go ahead with the Airbus deal.
There was immense pressure for SAA to proceed with it or there would be consequences. National Treasury has testified that because Myeni did not meet the deadline, it had to work through the night and beg Airbus not to pull out. Airbus had given SAA months to make a final decision.
Myeni also claims a memorandum, which shows how she as chair suggested a service provider for a deal, is sinister and suspicious. Myeni will continue to be cross-examined on Wednesday.
In other news – Zanele Mbokazi involved in a horrific car accident – Pictures
Just a few weeks ago another local celeb, Vusi Nova was involved in a car accident after his car he was travelling in overturned and the good thing is he survived it. Here again, Zanele Mbokazi – Nkambule has survived a horrific car accident, that could have easily claimed her life.
The heavenly mercies must have been on overdrive during Zanele’s freak accident in Richards Bay, Kwa Zulu Natal recently. The inspirational media personality was driving from doing the Lord’s work in Eswatini, after her seven-seater Nissan Elgrand suddenly swerved into guardrails. Read more