South African High Court judge Ronel Tolmay yesterday issued a ruling that dismissed former South African Airways chairperson Dudu Myeni’s appeal against the declaration the judge handed down on 27 May that made Myeni a delinquent director for life. The Daily Maverick reports that Tolmay said it was “unfathomable” that Myeni could raise bias, whether real or perceived, as grounds for an appeal, given the evidence before the court and ruled that there was no reasonable possibility that another court would come to another conclusion. As a result, Myeni will have to abandon all of her directorships, including her role as chairperson of the Jacob G Zuma Foundation and her position as deputy chairperson of Free State electricity distribution company Centlec, but her legal team has in the past hinted that they would be willing to take their appeal all the way to the Constitutional Court.