How did Dudu Myeni, the previous administrator of the SAA Governing body, impact previous President Jacob Zuma? This inquiry is posed by numerous people regardless of new evidence uncovered to a restricted volume 1 of the Zondo Commission record that Myeni was a sacred head of a state-claimed venture during the Zuma time.
While Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula continues to make empty promises, the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) Act has been declared unconstitutional, new drivers’ licence cards cannot be printed, the country’s train service is in shambles, the railway infrastructure has been looted and road deaths are increasing, his critics say.
The state capture commission of Inquiry found out that there was "overwhelming" and corroborated evidence that former SAA board chairperson Dudu Myeni was unlawfully benefitting from SAA resources and enjoyed the protection of undercover operatives, trained overseas in counterintelligence strategies and intelligence gathering. This was said because, without no doubt a revelation of how powerful Myeni was and how close she was to then president Jacob Zuma.
South Africans had been holding up anxiously the arrival of the legal commission of investigation into claims of state catch report, which was officially given to President Cyril Ramaphosa at the Union Buildings this evening, and regardless of it being the main stage covering proof connected with SAA, SARS, Transnet, and The New Age, it appears to be some high influencial individuals are set to fail miserably.
precisely what preserve did former SAA board chairperson Dudu Myeni have on ex-president Jacob Zuma? that is the question many will ask amid fresh proof that has emerged in component 1 of the Zondo fee report, which proves that Myeni was an untouchable country-owned agency director all through the Zuma years.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says the first of three parts of the state capture investigation report "paints a very alarming picture of how democracy was subverted with criminal intent," two weeks after reading it. The study revealed how various state organizations, including SAA, the SA Revenue Service (Sars), and the Government Communication and Information System, were infiltrated, robbed, and damaged (GCIS).
Chief Justice Raymond Zondo's recommendations that former SAA board chair Dudu Myeni be tried seems to have fallen on deaf ears. According to the Sunday Times, the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) is allegedly not sure about the next step to take. They blame lack of expertise and experience within the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) in prosecuting corruption and commercial crime cases.
No one in the top positions of any state-owned enterprise has seemingly ever enjoyed the privileges as Dudu Myeni did while managing the SAA. Many questions are also asked as to what did Myeni had on ex-president Jacob Zuma? Many people still ask the same question amid fresh evidence that emerged in part 1 of the Zondo commission report, which proves that Myeni was an untouchable state-owned company director during Zuma's reign.
https://ewn.co.za/2022/01/13/sa-needs-a-new-standalone-anti-corruption-body-says-expert?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - There has been shifted response to moves by the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to shape a team to manage the discoveries of the state catch commission. Following the arrival of section one of the report by the state catch commission, there has been mounting strain to indict those refered to in the report.
No director of any state-owned enterprise seemingly enjoyed the same privileges as Myeni did at SAA. What influence did former SAA board chairwoman Dudu Myeni have on former President Jacob Zuma? This is the issue that many will be asking in light of new evidence revealed in Part 1 of the Zondo inquiry report proving that Myeni was an untouchable state-owned business director throughout Zuma's tenure.
Former South African Airways (SAA) board member and Technical board chair Yakhe Kwinana says she welcomes any investigations of her amid recent findings of the kingdom seize file. The Zondo fee has encouraged that she be charged with corruption and fraud, following an research into her and former SAA chair Dudu Myeni.
The over 800 page Zondo commission report has former South African Airways (SAA) board chair Dudu Myeni's name written all over it. But for former SAA acting CEO Mathulwane Mpshe, the report was just a reminder of the suffering she endured under Myeni. According to a report in the Sunday Times, Mpshe has decided to finally speak about it.
Why was Dudu Myeni untouchable under Zuma, according to the Zondo report? No other director of a state-owned company appeared to have the same rights as Myeni at SAA. Former President Jacob Zuma departs Sibaya Casino in Durban with Dudu Myeni after a meeting. Photo from the archive.
The Confederation of the South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) has told President Cyril Ramaphosa that all the recommendations made in the first part of the state capture commission report should be implemented without fail. Speaking in Polokwane on behalf of Cosatu at the January statement rally of the ANC, the federation's president, Zingiswa Losi, said they don't want the report to go to waste as a lot of taxpayers’ money was spent to produce it.
ZONDO: ANC’s hand in every pie The ANC most likely received the “proceeds of corruption” during the decimation of state-owned enterprises, says the Zondo Commission. The hard-hitting first part of three reports found that the SA Revenue Service (Sars), SAA, Eskom and Denel “were subsequently run down considerably with rampant corruption and state capture” by the ruling party.
https://ewn.co.za/2022/01/07/sacca-state-capture-thrived-at-saa-and-union-members-suffered-the-consequences?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - The South African Cabin Crew Association (Sacca) said that its individuals were the survivors of long periods of debasement and blunder at South African Airways (SAA). The affiliation has invited the state catch request report, which tracked down that previous SAA executive, Dudu Myeni, was clumsy and acted with degenerate purpose.
https://ewn.co.za/2022/01/10/saa-board-to-support-prosecutors-tasked-with-probing-individuals-implicated-in-state-capture-report?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - The South African Airways (SAA) interval board said that it will uphold investigators entrusted with exploring people embroiled in the state catch commission report. The initial segment of the record delivered last week tremendously manages the ruin of the public carrier under the authority of Dudu Myeni.
Previous South African Airways (SAA) board part and Technical board seat Yakhe Kwinana says she invites any examinations of her in the midst of late discoveries of the state catch report. The Zondo commission has suggested that she be accused of defilement and extortion, following an examination concerning her and previous SAA seat Dudu Myeni.
Former SAA acting CEO Mathulwane Mpshe said that it would be a sad moment for the country if prosecutors did not take decisive action. Former South African Airways (SAA) acting CEO Mathulwane Mpshe said that she hoped that the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) would now take swift action and implement the recommendations to prosecute those implicated in the state capture report.
South African Airways’ (SAA) meantime board says it'll implement all the hints within the State Capture record in its efforts to recover monies from those who embezzled price range from the national provider. © Provided by way of The South African The lengthy-awaited State Capture document become added to President Cyril Ramaphosa remaining week.