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MPs felt vindicated after a court denied the SABC chair an order to halt investigations into allegedly false qualifications on her CV.
Court action against the inquiry looking into the SABC chairperson's qualifications is a “red herring” to delay the process, say parliamentarians.
State bodies cannot reject recommendations by the public protector on "irrational" grounds, writes Judith February.
CCMA and Competition Commission decisions are binding, so organs of state must have cogent reasons for rejecting Thuli Madonsela's recommendations.
The ruling demanding Hlaudi Motsoeneng's suspension will be appealed, and if needs be, appealed again until it reaches the Constitutional Court.
The office of the public protector said it will review the court's judgment that decisions taken by her office are not binding.
The Western Cape High Court has ordered the suspension of SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng and the start of disciplinary proceedings.
SABC chairperson Ellen Tshabalala does not have the qualifications she claimed in her CV because she allegedly failed most of her modules at Unisa.
He's not Jacob Zuma's guy and the SABC's R3.3-billion in irregular expenditure is not as bad as it sounds. Hlaudi Motsoeneng talks to the M&G.
Ellen Tshabalala’s lawyers have launched a bid to stop an inquiry that had resolved to have her suspended for lying about her qualifications.
While MPs were outraged by the irregular expenditure at the SABC, the explanation from the public broadcaster left them even more baffled.
A keen supporter of Hlaudi Motsoeneng has been lined up as the new chief executive of the state-owned broadcaster.
The parliamentary committee postponed the inquiry to Thursday, after Tshabalala claimed that she was seeing the "revised charges for the first time".
Beleaguered SABC chairperson Zandile Ellen Tshabalala has berated Parliament for making the inquiry into her academic qualifications public.
The Broadcasting Complaints Commission has dealt a narrow-minded blow to free speech.