Former South African Airlines chairperson Dudu Myeni has reportedly changed her tune. The embattled politician claims she was misled by her legal team and wants to change her plea.
Dudu Myeni claims that her former legal team had given her misleading advice in her case against the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA).
The ex-chair of SAA is facing a motion to have her declared a 'delinquent director' following her botched time at the state-owned entity.
Myeni had originally pleaded guilty to certain charges against her but now wishes to change direction, SABC reports.
OUTA dubbed the case a storm in a teacup following this latest news, with the case already postponed four times this month.
Briefly.co.za reported that the politician - who allegedly has close ties to former president Jacob Zuma - had cried poverty when she had been due to appear.
This had led to countless offers for transport, accommodation and more in a bid to hold Myeni accountable.
Should OUTA's quest to have her declared a delinquent director prove successful, Myeni would be barred from holding any executive position in South Africa.
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