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SABC on the hunt for a qualified CEO

The SABC has placed newspaper advertisements for a new CEO, making a U-turn just five months after the public broadcaster declared it would no longer advertise jobs externally. The advertisement for the executive position appeared in

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SABC denies R18m payout to ex-CEO

Media reports saying that former SABC CEO Frans Matlala got a severance package of R18m are false, said his incumbent James Aguma on Tuesday at parliament. Media reports suggested that

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SABC not meant to make a profit: Motsoeneng

The SABC is not there to make a profit. Rather, it’s a public broadcaster that serves the people, the corporation’s chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng said on Tuesday. The controversial Motsoeneng, who has survived attempts by the public protector

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SABC suspends its CEO

The SABC on Wednesday announced the suspension of its group CEO, Frans Matlala, four months after he was appointed. Spokesman for the public broadcaster Kaizer Kganyago said Matlala

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SABC defends Motsoeneng’s R1m pay hike

There was nothing untoward about SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng receiving an increase of almost R1m, the public broadcaster’s CEO, Frans Matlala, said on Wednesday. Addressing the media at the SABC in Johannesburg, Matlala said it should be noted

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Spooks mum on SABC ‘spy operation’

The State Security Agency would not be drawn to confirm or deny whether a secret operation was taking place at the SABC’s Durban offices as alleged by the staff on Wednesday. In a cryptic comment, an SSA spokesman said staff should ask the SABC if

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Spooks spying on SABC staff?

A trade union has lifted the lid on what it describes as suspicious activity by the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) at the SABC’s Durban office. Allegations included employees being thrown out of offices for hours and of them being threatened with dismissal if

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SABC will ‘balance the perspective’

New SABC CEO Frans Matlala said the public broadcaster in future will tell the truth but will also be “balancing the perspective”. He further said that he will be spending the next three months talking to various

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