Motsoeneng and SABC ordered to pay SABC 8's legal costs
Axed SABC COO Haludi Motsoeneng, former head of news Simon Tebele and the public broadcaster have been ordered to each pay a portion of the legal costs for the wrongful dismissal of the so called SABC 8.
The labor court handed down judgment on Friday morning.
Eyewitness News reporter Kgomotsho Modise says both parties have to pay unions Solidarity and Bemawu which represented the dismissed journalists.
Solidarity has made it clear this afternoon that they will be knocking on Mr Hlaudi Motsoeneng's door first as they believe he is the key role player in this.Kgomotsho Modise, EWN reporter
Mr Motsoeneng also made it very clear that he will be appealing, he says he was not part of the group that dismissed the SABC 8...Kgomotsho Modise, EWN reporter
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