- South Africa has reacted to the revelation that Dudu Myeni exposed the identity of a witness in the state capture inquiry
- She revealed the identity of Mr X despite a court order prohibiting his identity from being revealed
- Mzansi is concerned for the safety of Mr X now that he has been exposed
Ever since Dudu Myenbi spilt the tea and exposed the identity of Mr X, the story has been trending on social media.
South Africans flooded social media with their reactions to learning the identity of Mr X and the face that Myeni revealed his identity despite a court order prohibiting it.
Former South African Airways board chairperson Dudu Myeni exposed a witness in protection on Thursday.
Speaking at the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture, Myeni exposed the identity of 'Mr X', despite the commission having issued an order to protect him.
Myeni had been probed over testimony put forward by Mr X, who had claimed that the two of them had looted millions from Mhlatuze Water during her time as board chair.
Here are some reactions from social media:
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Dudu Myeni has made it clear that she prefers 'not to speak' in a bid to avoid incriminating herself at the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture.
The former SAA board has opted to remain silent in the face of allegations against her relating to her time at the state-owned inquiry.
Briefly.co.za explores whether or not Myeni can actually invoke her right to remain silent at the Inquiry.
In other news, Former South African Airways board chairperson Dudu Myeni has invoked her right to remain silent. This comes as Myeni appeared before Deputy Chief Justice Raymond to answer to allegations relating to her time at the airline.
Myeni explained that she did not want to risk incriminating herself due to the case against her:
"I highly respect this commission, I always act responsibly and I am willing and have committed to present myself to this commission so that we deal, once and for all, with everything that has been said and all the false accusations and insinuations about me in my absence."
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