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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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Cabinet reads SABC the riot act

Cabinet has read the riot act to the SABC, saying the decision to reappoint Hlaudi Motsoeneng to a senior position at the public broadcaster shows “disrespect” of the rule of law. The SABC board announced this week that it had

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R2K marches on Cape Chamber over SABC crisis

The Cape Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday said it shared concerns about the SABC’s management issues, but that none of its members had approached it for advice on withdrawing advertising from the public broadcaster. Around

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Hlaudi is not going anywhere

Former SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng will remain an employee at the public broadcaster, SABC board chairman Mbulaheni Maguvhe said on Tuesday. “Mr Motsoeneng is still an employee. He would be going back to the

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Madonsela won’t take SABC’s nonsense

Public protector Thuli Madonsela says her office will be taking legal action against the SABC board following the appointment of Hlaudi Motsoeneng to a senior executive position. “The starting point will be to find out what

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Hlaudi’s ‘bonanza’ must be explained: SOS

The R11,4m “bonanza” paid to SABC boss Hlaudi Motsoeneng has to be accounted for, lobby group Save Our SABC Coalition has said. Co-ordinator for the Save Our SABC Coalition Sekoetlane Phamodi said on Monday

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ANC tells SABC to respect court ruling

The SABC must act in line with a commitment President Jacob Zuma made to the judiciary that government departments and state institutions will not ignore court rulings, according to the ANC. The comments by the party’s

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Motsoeneng: DA headed back to court

The Democratic Alliance said on Sunday that it has instructed its legal team to take the reappointment of Hlaudi Motsoeneng as acting chief operating officer back to court. “We have been left with no other

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