LIVESTREAM: Dudu Myeni case back in court

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

JOHANNESBURG – 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.

READ: Myeni cites financial troubles for court appearance failure

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.

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