Frustrated judge tells Dudu Myeni to answer questions directly - report
Former South African Airways (SAA) board chairperson Dudu Myeni concluded her evidence at the High Court in Pretoria on Wednesday with Judge Ronel Tolmay and Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse's (Outa's) counsel Carol Steinberg expressing frustration with the manner in which Myeni answered her questions.
Myeni was giving evidence in the delinquency case brought against her by Outa and the SA Pilots Association.
Eyewitness News reporter Edwin Ntshidi reports.
The judge had to intervene several times since last week Thursday, pleading with Dudu Myeni to please answer the questions directly.Edwin Ntshidi, Reporter - EWN
In short, the judge has been frustrated about the manner in which Dudu Myeni has been answering questions from Outa's legal representative.Edwin Ntshidi, Reporter - EWN
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