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SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni took a back seat in Parliament. (News24)
SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni took a back seat in Parliament. (News24)

Cape Town - The much-anticipated showdown between Parliament and South African Airways chairperson Dudu Myeni got off to a flat start when Myeni arrived almost two hours late for the meeting. 

At the onset of the meeting, Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas apologised on behalf of Myeni, who had an urgent doctor’s appointment. 

Towards the end Yunus Carrim, chairperson of the standing committee on finance, asked Myeni to say a few words and to respond to a question from Democratic Alliance MP David Maynier about the controversy around her reappointment. 

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