CAPE TOWN – Former SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni is expected to face tough questions at the Parliamentary inquiry probing mismanagement at state-owned enterprises.
Former Eskom board chair Zola Tsotsi implicated Myeni during his testimony last year.
He told the inquiry that she’d arranged a meeting with former president Jacob Zuma at his Durban home.
He claimed at the inquiry that Myeni told him to institute a probe and suspend three Eskom executives.
Tsotsi told MPs that Myeni repeated her request when Zuma entered the room.
The power utility’s board later met with former Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown and resolved to go ahead with the inquiry and the suspensions.