There is absolutely no pills for stupidity! Hlaudi Motsoeneng is singing like a canary on campaign trail: “I received more than R1 million, it is not a secret, I accept I am corrupt”

Hlaudi Motsoeneng, the former head of the SABC, had some fiery words for the ANC at his recent campaign trail in Soweto.

As reported by The Star, the leader of the African Content Movement (ACM), Motsoeneng, revealed that he would basically sing like a canary if he was ever summoned to Deputy Chief Justice, Raymond Zondo’s commission of inquiry into state capture.

“If I go to the commission [of inquiry into state capture], some of the ANC people are going to be in trouble because I was not captured by them — they tried to capture me, but I capture myself, unfortunately,” he said.

Motsoeneng admits he is corrupt
In an attempt to mask any accountability he may have carried from the looting that occurred at the SABC — with him at the helm — Motsoeneng said that he would even admit, on record, that he too is corrupt. Except, somehow, his corruption is ‘good’ corruption.

“Maybe I should accept that I am corrupt, and I a
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SABC crashes – once proud state entity is now the biggest embarrassment of the country’s image after the ANC regime’s takeover in 1994

The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) has issued a notice to the SABC asking the broadcaster to explain why it should not be assumed that their reckless business is insolvent.

According to reports, the SABC’s liabilities exceed the assets by R1,8 billion and short-term liabilities can no longer be met.

The notice may mean that the SABC is placed under business rescue or even closed if CIPC is not satisfied with a broadcaster’s report.

The pride of the old SABC has turned into one of the biggest embarrassments for the country’s image outside.

By: Die Vryburger

This report does not necessarily reflect the opinion of SA- news.


 

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Changes as SABC Radio shuffles presenters

South Africa’s public broadcaster, the SABC, has announced several exciting changes to presenter line-ups on its radio stations, underscoring the need to stay relevant and stay tuned to listeners’ needs…………
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Verona Goslett se talent ‘ontmasker’ met eerste enkelsnit

Kom ons ontmasker. Kom ons word sterker. Haal af jou masker, kyk wat skuil daar agter. Gee jouself vlerke, jy weet jy’t geen perke. Haal af jou masker.

Wys wat skuil daar agter… is lirieke uit Verona Goslett se debuut-enkelsnit waarmee sy nie net haar siel ontbloot nie, maar ook haar ongelooflike sangtalent met die wêreld deel.
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THE SABC APPOINTS MS. PHATHISWA MAGOPENI AS THE GROUP EXECUTIVE FOR NEWS & CURRENT AFFAIRS DIVISION

THE SABC APPOINTS MS. PHATHISWA MAGOPENI AS THE GROUP EXECUTIVE FOR NEWS & CURRENT AFFAIRS DIVISION
 
Johannesburg, Monday, 12 February 2018- The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Phathiswa Magopeni as the Group Executive: News & Current Affairs effective from the 01st of March 2018.  This appointment is in line with the corporation’s continuous commitment to ensure that all Group Executive vacancies are filled in order to achieve sound governance in all the SABC’s business units.  It also affirms our commitment to attract and retain the best skills to address the evolving broadcasting environment enabled by technology.
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SABC 3 RESCHEDULES 18H00 NEWS BULLETIN TO 21HOO AND ONKGOPOTSE JJ TABANE JOINS SABC 3

Johannesburg, Monday 05 February 2018 – The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC)’s commercial television channel, SABC 3 is moving the 18h00 news bulletin to 21h00 as from today. Mr Peter Ndoro and Ms Francis Herd will remain as the Presenters of this bulletin, whilst Chriselda Lewis and Aldrin Sampear will present the weekend edition.
The channel is also pleased to announce the introduction of a brand new Current Affairs programme, Frankly Speaking at 20h30 from Sunday 11 February 2018. This programme is an interactive show using skype and social media to encourage amplified viewer participation.
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31 March 2018 is the deadline to register for subsidised Set Top Boxes (STB’s)

The Department of Communications (DoC) has announced the  31 March 2018 as the deadline for registration to receive government-subsidised STB’s or decoders in North West and Free State provinces. This comes as the DoC forges ahead to meet the new official switch-off of analogue signal to digital in June 2019.
 
Families earning below the threshold of R3200 qualify to receive the government-subsidised decoders. Qualifying households in the Free State and North West Provinces are therefore encouraged to register at their nearest Post Offices before the deadline of the  31 of March 2018.Households that fail to register and receive these decoders before the deadline will lose access to television services as from June 2019.
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