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Cape Town - Four board members of the Airports Company of South Africa (Acsa) could face the axe after Transport Minister Dipuo Peters allegedly issued notices of intent to dismiss them. 

According to a report in BusinessLive on Monday, the move could be seen as an attempt to shield Acsa CEO Bongani Maseko from being disciplined for contravening the state-owned entity’s supply chain regulations. 

The notices were allegedly issued late on Friday with a shareholder meeting scheduled to take place on Monday February 20.

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