Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng and minister of sport Fikile Mbalula’s wife are embroiled in a housing scandal running into the hundreds of millions.
We sh*t you not, folks. The Youth League thinks Motsoeneng, the man who publicly said it’s a bad thing to be too educated, should serve at one of the highest tiers of government.
As if anyone needed any more proof to permanently remove dear leader Motsoeneng, EWN’s got hold of some pretty damning evidence implicating Muthambi’s favourite in a R42 million fraud scandal.
During Monday’s parliamentary inquiry into the SABC board’s fitness to hold office, Vuyo Mvoko shocked MPs when he revealed that money from the – taxpayer-funded – national broadcaster was used to kickstart the infamous Gupta family’s ANN7 ‘news’ channel.
The DA leader isn’t beating around the bush, is he?
Hlaudi Motsoeneng is not allowed to work at the SABC in any way shape or form, unless the broadcaster believes it has the right to dismiss the Public Protector report into his appointment.
Hlaudi Motsoeneng, along with the SABC delegation summoned to account to parliament for the wreck that is the national broadcaster, stormed out of the session earlier after MPs refused to allow the board to put a stop to the inquiry.
According to a report in the Sunday Times, the SABC has dropped the law firm which cleared Hlaudi Motsoeneng of any wrongdoing following the Public Protector’s report in 2014.
Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s reign as supreme leader of the crippled SABC seems to have come to an end and South Africans on Twitter couldn’t resist throwing a little extra shade.
A member of the board himself, Krish Naidoo in a surprise move broke ranks with the rest of the board who’ve been struggling to protect Motsoeneng throughout Wednesday’s enquiry.
Motsoeneng has given the judicial system and effectively the constitution a solid middle finger, but does he really give a toss?
He might get some new ideas for his speeches from this…
He might not be SABC COO anymore, but the untouchable Hlaudi Motsoeneng still takes home one hell of a salary.
Another year, another dip in financial results for the embattled public broadcaster.
Even as the ANC prepares to step in and sort out the SABC “embarrassment”, newly reappointed GE Hlaudi Motsoeneng brags about how much money he’s going to be splashing out in his new(old) position.
The ruling party’s parliamentary caucus has said that it will not tolerate Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s “unlawful” reappointment as GE of the national broadcaster and that action will be taken against the SABC board.
Public protector Thuli Madonsela said her office would be looking into how exactly Hlaudi Motsoeneng was appointed to his new posistion.
The SABC has blamed South Africans refusing to pay their TV licences on its poor financial performance and vowed to get tough with TV Licence collections in future.
Divisions within the greater ANC are yet again boiling to the surface as the mother party supports the Supreme Court of Appeal’s ruling against former COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s appointment, but the Youth League wants him to remain in his position.
A bonus and a cushy job the courts ruled he could not have. Must be nice to be Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
A “stress free” Hlaudi Motsoeneng took advantage of an already captivated crowd of mourners at Mandoza’s funeral, and proceeded to talk about himself and his job.
Dear leader Hlaudi Motsoeneng has been demoted to just another SABC employee, with far-reaching consequences for the rest of the defunct public broadcaster.