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Thursday, October 15, 2015

SABC's matricless Hlaudi Motsoeneng wants his disciplinary hearing broadcast live on television so that all South Africans can see.


The court case that started on Tuesday over the bid to get the SABC to fire its controversial and famously matricless chief operating officer (COO) Hlaudi Motsoeneng, continued on Wednesday in the Western Cape High Court.

It sound completely unbelievable, ridiculous, and is outrageous but Hlaudi Motsoeneng now wants his day on TV and wants his disciplinary hearing to be broadcast live on South African television so that all South Africans can see.

On Wednesday it was revealed that the SABC has now started a disciplinary hearing process against Hlaudi Motsoeneng set for 30 October.

This 4 minute radio round-up bring you up to date with all of the different court cases against the embattled SABC's Hlaudi Motsoeneng.

■ A lawyer for Hlaudi Motsoeneng accuses judge Dennis Davis of racism. Judge Dennis Davis does not take kindly to the insinuation of racism and says: "I don't think about race in these matters". Judge Dennis Davis warns Hlaudi Motsoeneng's lawyer that he's "doing his client no favours".
■ Hlaudi Motsoeneng's lawyer Norman Arendse is accused of playing to the gallery at court.

■ Yet another court application is coming to hold the SABC and Hlaudi Motsoeneng in contempt of court for not suspending him as the disciplinary hearing process has started.

■ It's "an injustice to a black brother" says the neon green wearing Hands of Hlaudi supporters chanting outside court, who says Hlaudi Motsoeneng is being "victimised".

■ The SABC thinks Hlaudi Motsoeneng is "the best thing since sliced bread" the court hears.

■ The shameless like the SABC's Hlaudi Motsoeneng are shaming us as South Africans.
■ The Public Protector's scathing report on Hlaudi Motsoeneng of February 2014 is flawed the SABC's lawyer alleges.

SABC spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago refuses to give the charges and reasons for Hlaudi Motsoeneng's disciplinary hearing.

■ Hlaudi Motsoeneng says he has no doubt that he will be found not guilty in his disciplinary hearing.
■ Hlaudi Motsoeneng lied.
■ Hlaudi Motsoeneng should be making calls to potential employers.

■ To be suspended by the SABC would "violate my rights to dignity" says Hlaudi Motsoeneng in his affadavit.