Two journos of the #SABC8 fear for their lives following a decision to take Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s propaganda machine aka the national broadcaster to the Constitutional Court.
“Why is this man insulting Hlaudi? I will not be insulted by a white man. He said I was out of my mind, that is insulting.”
An unapologetic SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng has hit back at opposition MPs during a parliamentary grilling, saying that the broadcaster has no responsibility to pay attention to “the noise” people are making about how it’s run.
The Democratic Alliance is preparing to grill communications minister Faith Muthambi about the SABC’s dear leader, Hlaudi Motsoeneng, and a potential bonus the broadcaster wants to pay him.
Looks like Hlaudi is tired of paying himself bonuses, and would rather let the national broadcaster’s CEO James Aguma do it for him
Minister Faith Muthambi has dismissed independent media organisations’ coverage of the SABC debacle as nothing more than propaganda and sensationalist hype.
The Local Government Elections are just a week away and, while the politicians think up crazier ways of winning votes the rest of us are just like…
The national broadcaster under Hlaudi Motsoeneng has limped from one scandal to the next and, just when we thought they might do the right thing and abide by a labour court order to reinstate the #SABC4… they do the complete opposite.
The High Court in Pretoria is on Wednesday expected to hear an application by the Helen Suzman Foundation to stop the SABC from implementing its decision to censor the reporting of protests.
Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s draconian ways have claimed another victim.
If you’re one of the #SABC8 then you’ve likely received this letter in the last couple of days.
Earlier this morning the national broadcaster fired Busisiwe Ntuli and Lukhanyo Calata, bringing the total suspensions by the SABC to six.
SABC COO/Dear Leader Hlaudi Motsoeneng reportedly told staff that Zuma is “special” and should be given more airtime than anyone else in SA…
Gwede Mantashe has told the SABC that they are playing with fire by defying the orders of a chapter 9 institution, and he should know… look where defying the Public Protector got the ANC and its president.
Dear Leader Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s tirade against freedom of the press seems to have copme to an abrupt end, but it experience has shown that neither Motsoeneng, nor communications minister Faith Muthambi have much regard for the rules.
The ANC left their pet project too late, now it’s the Public Protector who’ll sort out the embattled national broadcaster.
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Looks like the ruling party is having trouble keeping its subsidiaries in check, especially since the mother-party spoke out strongly against censorship and what’s going on at the SABC.
The forum which represents over 18 000 publications in 120 countries has strongly condemned recent happenings at the SABC.
Looks like the ruling party’s done a u-turn on its support for the national broadcaster’s COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng and the dear leader might soon find himself out in the cold.