BREAKING: SAA board set for a major shake up

Reliable sources have confirmed to the Karima Brown show that the Chair at South African Airways, Dudu Myeni has been axed. Other board members at the ailing airline have also been removed.

The entire board is set for a major shake up. It has been reported that JB Magwaza will be the new chair with Nolitha Fakude as his deputy.

It is expected that the news of Myeni's departure along with the changes to the board will be announced tomorrow at the post cabinet briefing tomorrow.

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