Monday, November 10, 2014

BREAKING. SABC employee Moleboheng Masemene pleads guilty to fraud and faking over 30 signatures to steal gold coins.

The SABC employee Moleboheng Masemene has pleaded guilty to fraud and faking over 30 signatures to steal gold coins meant for long service SABC workers.

Moleboheng Masemene faked signatures of SABC workers since 2006 to defraud the SABC of Kruger Rand gold coins meant for to reward workers who've had long service records at the SABC.

Moleboheng Masemene who worked in the SABC's human resources department signed a guilty plea and will be sentenced next month.

Meanwhile a former human resources manager at the SABC Marie Swanepoel now says in a filed court affidavit that the SABC's controversial chief operating officer (COO) Hlaudi Motsoeneng - who the Western Cape High Court last month ordered to be "suspended immediately" by the SABC - allegedly tried to bribe her to the tune of R2 million.

Marie Swanepoel, says in her affidavit that Hlaudi Motsoeneng allegedly told her that he would arrange for the SABC to pay her R2 million in 2012 to settle a sexual harassment case is she testified that she knew he didn't have a matric qualification when the SABC hired him.

Marie Swanepoel in her affidavit states that she declined Hlaudi Motsoeneng's bribe of R2 million, noting "matric outstanding" on his application form at the SABC at the time.

Hlaudi Motsoeneng's lawyer Zola Majavu said that he is aware of Marie Swanepoel's affidavit.