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Cape Town - The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) plans to lodge a series of acts of misconduct against Yakhe Kwinana, who resigned from the SAA board, which they believe will prove her a delinquent director.

Kwinana, a chartered accountant, has been a member of the SAA board since 2009 and when she quite she was the chair of South African Airways’ audit and risk committee.

She apparently resigned on Monday because the airline seems destined for liquidation, Fin24’s sister publication City Press reported on Wednesday.

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