Former SA Airways chairperson Dudu Myeni has once again lost yet another court battle with Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA).
The Gauteng North High Cout has ruled in favour of OUTA to be part of Myeni’s directorship delinquency case.
The former SA board chairperson wanted the court to remove OUTA from being part of the case.
However, judge Ronel Tolmay, who has been presiding over this case for months, ruled against Myeni and gave OUTA the green light to be part of the case.
This is a second major blow for Myeni, who recently lost a bid to have a case amended into to include other former SA Airways board members in the case.
Myeni will have to go on a trial next year and fight to not be declared a delinquent director.
OUTA wants Myeni to be declared a delinquent director and be banned from serving as a director at any public institutions.
Myeni, who is currently the chairperson of the Jacob Zuma Foundation, is seen as having played a part in the collapse of the ailing national carrier.
Myeni’s trial is expected to start earlier next year at the North Gauteng High Court.