Min. Muthambi's fate in the hands of Zuma and Parly ethics committee

President Jacob Zuma and Parliament's ethics committee have been left to decide what repercussions Communications Minister Faith Muthambi will face for her role in alleged mismanagement at the SABC.

The SABC inquiry has deferred the decision after much debate between MPs on Friday.

The ad hoc committee has been reviewing responses received for its interim report this week and have now finalised their report, advises EWN's Xolani Koyana.

DA MPs also wanted wanted the matter to be deferred to the Public Protector, but was outvoted nine to one.

Committee chairperson Vincent Smith says the matter could still be referred to the Public Protector's office, if the Presidency or ethics committee see it fit, Koyana explains.

Take a listen to the EWN update:


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