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The appeal by disgraced former SAA chair Dudu Myeni against the order of Judge Ronel Tolmay in the North Gauteng High Court declaring her a delinquent director — on the basis that, among other reasons, it supposedly violated her constitutional rights — clearly confirms that Myeni still has no idea of what the Companies Act expects of directors.

One must ask whether her lawyers have done any research into the topic of delinquent directors. The Companies Act is clear about the type of conduct that can lead a director to be declared delinquent, and the consequences of such an order. These include personal liability for debts of the company, in addition to criminal liability. ..

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