Former SAA chairwoman Dudu Myeni could face a summons if she once again fails to appear before the parliamentary inquiry into state capture next week. Myeni was invited by the portfolio committee on public enterprises, which is conducting the inquiry, to appear on Wednesday but did not show up. One of her reasons for her nonappearance — conveyed by SMS — was that her lawyer was not available or that she needed guidance from her lawyer on how to respond to the invitation. Inquiry chairwoman Zukiswa Rantho said Myeni had explained that her lawyer would look into the legalities of her appearance before the committee. Rantho said Myeni had been given sufficient time to respond to the invitation to attend the hearing. Myeni is required to answer to allegations by former Eskom chairman Zola Tsotsi that Tsotsi was given an instruction by her to suspend three senior Eskom executives, including former Eskom CEO Tshediso Matona. Former president Jacob Zuma allegedly made an appearance at the ...

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