The inquiry into the SABC (South African Broadcasting Corporation) board's fitness to hold office by the portfolio committee on communications has so far revealed how the public broadcaster was run over the years.
The inquiry, which commenced on Monday, saw members of parliament questioning lone board member Professor Mbulaheni Maghuve and company secretary Theresa Geldenhuys on Tuesday.
702's John Robbie spoke to EWN correspondent, Gaye Davis, regarding her observations on the recent developments.
What we've lifted the lid on is quite depressing because this inquiry has uncovered the extent of the rot at the SABC.— Gaye Davis, EWN correspondent
Geldenhuys was criticised for failing to advise the board in according with the Broadcasting Act, ethical leadership and good corporate governance.
However, she said that her failure to perform her duties was as a result of being bullied by non-executive directors she would not name.
She admitted that the appointment of Hlaudi Motsoeneng as COO had not followed due process. She was roasted by MPs.— Gaye Davis, EWN correspondent
The inquiry is expected to conclude on Thursday, December 15, 2017.
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