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Hlaudi Motsoeneng: 'There are people at the SABC who get paid more than me'

24 September 2015 12:26 PM

Stephen Grootes and John Robbie explore the controversy around the SABC COO's million Rand pay increase.

Is Motsoeneng's increase justified?

Following the Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela's damning Hlaudi Motsoeneng report, it appears he still got a whooping increase in his salary.

The public broadcaster’s annual report shows SABC's Chief Operation Officer, Hlaudi Motsoeneng received R3.7 million, up from R2.8 million.

Stephen Grootes spoke to SABC Chief Operations Officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng, who feels he does deserve the million Rand increase and in fact, not the only one getting paid well at the SABC.

Listen to the conversation below:

MD of Media Monitoring Africa, William Bird spoke to Stephen Grootes, saying that there should be more transparency with SABC executive salaries, particularly with a looking court case around Motsoeneng's exponential increases.

SABC Chairman: Why Motsoeneng deserves a million Rand increase

Chairman of the SABC Board, Mbulaheni Maguvhe chats to John Robbie about Motsoeneng's million Rand pay increase and why he thinks that Motsoeneng deserves the increase.

Listen to the conversation below:

Below are some listeners' reactions to the SABC Chairman's interview with John Robbie:


24 September 2015 12:26 PM

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