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.
Scopa applauded the SABC interim board for its effort to clean the public broadcaster up and end the impunity that wrongdoers like Aguma have enjoyed.
The now former acting CEO at the SABC has agreed to submit his resignation by 1pm on Wednesday.
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.
Former acting CEO, James Aguma, was on sick leave before his suspension.
James Aguma has beenbooked off sick this week, the SABC’s GE for technology takes over in the meantime.
The Democratic Alliance has vowed to oppose any imposing of a TV license fee on owners of smartphones, computers and tablets.
SABC CEO James Aguma wants the Broadcasting Act changed so anyone watching TV on an electronic device has to pay a licence fee. Yes, really.
The interim SABC board has not wasted any time getting things at the public broadcaster in order.
The SABC may see itself not being able to pay its staff and cover its costs as a result of financial mismanagement over the years.
The former executive and the SABC CEO James Aguma allegedly cancelled a valid tender as part of a collusive deal.
Maguvhe is the only non-executive SABC board member, while James Aguma, Audrey Raphela and Bessie Tungwana, remain as executive board members.
SABC CEO, James Aguma, explained to parliament how he and other members of the public broadcaster’s board, appointed Hlaudi Motsoeneng to his new job.
The DA has said it will be consulting its lawyers on the legality of Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s appointment as the SABC Group Executive of Corporate Affairs.
Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Communications said while it accepts arguments from Muthambi and the SABC, it warned against making unpopular decisions.
New SABC CEO, James Aguma, has made his stance on the matter between the public broadcaster and the reinstated journalists very clear.
Here are some quick facts on the SABC’s new CEO, who replaces former Acting head, Jimi Matthews.