State Capture, Sabc, Hlaudi Motsoeneng, Zondo Commission

State Capture, Sabc

Motsoeneng: Some SABC board members thought I would be a ‘yes man’

Motsoeneng: Some SABC board members thought I would be a ‘yes man’

11.9.2019

Motsoeneng: Some SABC board members thought I would be a ‘yes man’

Testifying at the Zondo Inquiry, SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng said some were shocked to find that he could not be bulldozed.

He said some political appointees who wanted to get favours for their comrades wanted him out while others tarnished his image.

WATCH: I spoke out against political interference at the SABC – Motsoeneng

He maintains the decision was to comply with the act that said broadcaster should not glamourise violence.

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