A parliamentary committee is investigating the health of the public broadcaster’s board in keeping business.
Ellen Tshabalala. Picture: SABC.
CAPE City – Former South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) board chairpersons Ellen Tshabalala and Ben Ngubane have been called to seem right before a parliamentary inquiry.
An advertisement hoc parliamentary committee is investigating the health of the public broadcaster’s board in keeping business.
Yesterday was the next working day of hearings, but there was no sign of current chairman Mbulaheni Maguvhe.
On Wednesday, Maguvhe stormed out of the hearings, declaring the committee bullied him and that essential files experienced not been created accessible in Braille for him.
The committee claims the chair has in no way right before asked for files be created accessible in Braille.
The committee’s Vincent Smith claims the decision to simply call Tshabalala and Ngubane was created subsequent proof supplied by some witnesses yesterday.
“The good reasons are very simple, the witnesses have ‘implicated’ them and it’s only good for them to be able to give their facet of the story and not go away the effect that points happened under their check out. It is about fairness and offering them to the proper to refute or confirm what we’ve read.”
Before in the working day many witnesses came out strongly in opposition to Hlaudi Motsoeneng and his relationship with Maguvhe, the last remaining board member.
Former SABC board member Vusi Mavuso reported there has been a frequent thread in the board’s past.
“To the current situation, Maghuvhe as the chairperson has been a frequent danger and the frequent denominator has been 1 human being: Mr Motsoeneng.”
Former SABC CEO Lulama Mokhobo claims Motsoeneng’s relationship with the board undermined her authority.
She testified he once stormed her business screaming that she would not be in her posture if it was not for him.
(Edited by Shimoney Regter)