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SAA chairwoman Dudu Myeni has once again found herself in a compromising situation after it emerged that she allegedly attempted to halt an SAA meeting by misleading new Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba over a process to appoint a new CEO. Ironically, Myeni was this week appealing a sanction from the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission that she received in January after she was found to have misled Gigaba on a board resolution when he was public enterprises minister four years ago. Last week Business Times reported on how Myeni's absence from board meetings prompted the rest of the board to seek legal advice on her actions. The latest row revolves around her using Gigaba to try to stop an SAA board meeting which sat to decide on a permanent CEO for the ailing airline. In the end the board resolved to recommend to Gigaba the appointment of Vodacom executive Vuyani Jarana as CEO, as well as the appointment of a chief operating officer who will look after the commercial and op...

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