SAA chair Dudu Myeni flies British Airways to Parly meeting

SAA Board chair Dudu Myeni was the only executive out of twelve members that arrived at the briefing before the Standing Committee on Finance in Parliament on Tuesday.

More than one person was expected to be there.

Gaye Davis, EWN parliamentary correspondent

Read: Public clash in Parliament between two ANC MPs over SAA saga

She flew from Durban to Cape Town for the meeting in Parliament on a British Airways flight.

She did get protection from the chair on this issue.

Gaye Davis, EWN parliamentary correspondent

DA MP Dean Macpherson saw Myeni on the BA flight early Tuesday morning and asked if she was perhaps on the wrong flight.

Listen to the rest of Gaye Davis's report on the Parliamentary meeting:


This article first appeared on 702 : SAA chair Dudu Myeni flies British Airways to Parly meeting


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