Motsoeneng was a troubleshooter and got things done, says Ben Ngubane
Former SABC board chairperson Ben Ngubane on Monday vouched for former chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
Ngubane appeared before the state capture commission of inquiry, where he is testifying about his tenure at the public broadcaster.
Ngubane chaired the SABC from December 2009 until March 2013.
He's alleged to have altered the requirements for the appointment of the chief operating officer.
Ngubane said Motsoeneng was able to relate to the staff in the organisation, reports EWN Barry Bateman.
He spoke about how Hlaudi Motsoeneng was a troubleshooter, somebody who could get things done.Barry Bateman, EWN reporter
Listen to the EWN update:
Business Day specialist reporter Karyn Maughan says FITA is determined to have the matter heard on 9 and 10 June.Read More
A total of 742,742 tests have been processed cumulatively of which 17,617 have been conducted since the previous report.Read More
Azania Mosaka speaks to Africa Check's Caley Clifford and the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab's Jean le Roux.Read More
One South Africa Movement founder Mmusi Maimane says Motshekga should resign or be removed from office.Read More
Pundits reflect on the first day of liquor stores being opened for the first time in months under lockdown Level 3.Read More
On the upside, the research has noted a massive surge in traffic to credible online news sources.Read More
Eusebius McKaiser speaks to clinical psychologist Ruth Ancer on how children could feel empowered.Read More
Some customers started queuing outside bottle stores and licenced venues in the early hours of the morning.Read More
Grade 7 and grade 12 students were supposed to have returned to school on 1 June but the department postponed the date.Read More
In a last-minute statement issued by the Basic Education Department on Sunday, these pupils should return to school on 8 June only.Read More