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SABC loses Motsoeneng appeal

The SABC has been handed yet another legal defeat over efforts to defend its former chief operating officer, Hlaudi Motsoeneng. The high court in the Western Cape on Tuesday dismissed the SABC’s appeal against an earlier judgment

DA to oppose Maguvhe’s SABC interdict

The Democratic Alliance will go to court to oppose the interdict against members of Parliament’s ad hoc committee looking into the SABC board, the party said on Tuesday. The SABC board’s last remaining member, Mbulaheni

DA files papers to have Hlaudi booted

The Democratic Alliance has filed papers in the Western Cape high court to have former SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s appointment as group executive of corporate affairs declared invalid. In its application, the

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

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

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

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

Court rejects Motsoeneng appeal

SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s attempt to appeal a court order against his appointment has been flatly rejected by the supreme court of appeal in Bloemfontein, a decision that the Democratic Alliance said on

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Zuma’s day in court fast approaching

President Jacob Zuma can now have his day in court, Democratic Alliance federal chairman James Selfe has said. Zuma and the National Prosecuting Authority’s application for leave to appeal the court’s decision that he should face

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