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DA going back to court over Motsoeneng

The Democratic Alliance said on Monday that it has decided to file papers at the high court in the Western Cape to have the appointment of former SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng as group executive of corporate affairs

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Radio is mine, Hlaudi tells SABC staffers

Embattled SABC executive for corporate affairs and former chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng has told staffers at a meeting that he is now in charge of the radio division of the public broadcaster. “Radio is now mine,” Motsoeneng said

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SABC loses court appeal over Hlaudi

Public interest won on Friday when a judge dismissed the SABC’s application to delay a court hearing challenging the disciplinary hearing that cleared its former chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng. The Western Cape high

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Hlaudi: ‘SABC must decide if I stay or go’

Controversial SABC executive Hlaudi Motsoeneng is keeping mum on whether it could be the end of the road for him at the public broadcaster. The SABC on Thursday held a press conference to respond to MPs calls

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SABC board must go, MPs resolve

The SABC board must go, members of parliament resolved on Wednesday. After lengthy deliberations all political parties who are members of the portfolio committee on communications agreed that the remaining board members should

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ANC MPs embrace Hlaudi ahead of grilling

Controversial former SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng was swamped by ANC supporters who hugged him and shook his hand when he arrived at parliament on Wednesday. As soon he got out of his car, supporters rushed towards

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Hlaudi has given courts the ‘middle finger’

Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane says former SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng has flipped the bird at South Africa’s legal system. “He has sent the middle finger to the judicial system. The courts don’t matter, and

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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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