South Africa’s cabinet has reappointed Dudu Myeni as the chairwoman of the loss-making national airline, it said on Friday.
The cabinet said Myeni, an ally of President Jacob Zuma, was appointed alongside 11 other board members to the board of South African Airways (SAA).
The new team will meet the Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan who would provide direction from a shareholder perspective, it said in a statement.
The following appointments were also approved:
Mmakeaya Ramano as deputy chair and non-executive director; and the following as non-executive directors: Bajabulile Tshabalala, Thandeka Mgoduso, Nazmeera Moola, Akhter Moosa, Gugu Sepamla, Siphile Buthelezi, Peter Maluleka, Mzimkulu Malunga, Martha Mbatha and Peter Tshisevhe.