SABC COO faces dismissal after being found guilty

Monday 15 April 2019 | 14:32 CET | News
Maroleng reportedly leveraged his position to try and assist Mahlalela in being hired at South African Rugby Union (SARU), even writing a letter in his official capacity at the SABC which confirmed that Mahlalela was innocent of any wrongdoing. The SABC did not agree with Maroleng's assessment, stating in its own letter to Saru that the COO does not represent the broadcaster's stance on the matter. Maroleng's attorney stated that the disciplinary process was not yet finalised, and that Maroleng would make a submission to the SABC on the issue of sanction soon. 

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: South Africa Broadcasting
Countries: South Africa
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