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Outa says that the SABC’s R10 million claim against Hlaudi Mostoeneng isn’t big enough. Crikey!
The EFF has expressed its disapproval of the new SABC board chairs elected by President Jacob Zuma earlier today.
The trio will have to pay the legal costs owed to Solidarity and Bemawu.
Hlaudi is back – again!
The SABC interim board will complete its term in September and intends to make final presentations to the Minister of Communications and Parliament before then.
The now former acting CEO at the SABC has agreed to submit his resignation by 1pm on Wednesday.
Outa’s Dominique Msibi, said any pension or other benefits due to Hlaudi Motsoeneng should be forfeited to the SABC to compensate for his “looting”.
During his tenure as SABC COO, Hlaudi Motsoeneng earned a total of R12.5 million.
Hlaudi is out of the SABC and Ubisoft “wins” E3? What year is it?
Hlaudi Motsoeneng has yet another disciplinary hearing hanging over his head.
The interim SABC board has dismissed Hlaudi Motsoeneng, it’s not clear as yet if he will challenge this decision or not.
Hlaudi Motsoeneng has been found guilty of bringing the SABC into disrepute and causing damage to his employer.
The SOS Coalition wants to ensure that the SABC retains its integrity and political independence.
Motsoeneng’s appeal to have his case heard by the CCMA has been denied.
James Aguma has beenbooked off sick this week, the SABC’s GE for technology takes over in the meantime.
The interim SABC board has not wasted any time getting things at the public broadcaster in order.
“One wonders what study tips Motsoeneng can offer when he himself failed to obtain a matric,” says the DA.