Former South African Airways Technical (SAAT) Chairman Yakhe Kwinana refused to attend a meeting that attempted to force two senior executives to sign an illegal policy against South African Airways’ black companies. (SAA).
Kwinana has submitted evidence to the National Capture Investigation Commission.
The 30% reserve policy was directed by the contractor to those with BEE partners.
This policy was resisted by the Treasury and the Ministry of Trade and Industry because it was illegal and inconsistent in procurement policy and law.
Nonetheless, Kwinana and former SAA President Dudu Myeni allegedly continued their policies, despite being warned by then SAA Chief Procurement Officer Dr. Masimba Dahwa not to do so. ..
Kwinana claims that 30% are not concerned about withholding implementation and no guidance is provided.
Below is a live stream of State Capture Inquiry.
LSG Sky Chefs Contract
On Monday, Kwinana told the state capture committee that the 2015 German-based LSG Sky Chefs to cancel the contract with the airline was the best decision she made to the state-owned airline. Said.
Below is the State Capture Commission on Monday:
Quinana disagrees with attending a meeting aimed at signing an illegal SAA policy-SABC News
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