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Resigned SABC chief Mokhobo denies massive payout

The SABC's chief executive Lulama Mokhobo says she will not be paid out for the remainder of her contract, after she resigned from the post.

SABC CEO Mokhobo resigns

SABC is to announce the resignation of its group CEO, Lulama Mokhobo in a fresh controversy for the state broadcaster.

SABC unaware of CEO resignation

The SABC has been unable to confirm or deny rumours that its chief executive officer Lulama Mokhobo has resigned.

Clash of the SABC titans hots up

Disciplinary steps could be on the cards after SABC news chief Phil Molefe and his boss, Lulama Mokhobo, failed to see eye to eye.

Board backs CEO in row over news

The SABC board has decided to support Lulama Mokhobo's bid to view the news diary and stifle independent journalism.

Bitter battle to control the news agenda

Factional spats in the ANC and tripartite alliance are behind the latest turmoil at the SABC, with the head of news being placed on "special leave".

Absurd farce plays out at the SABC

There seems to be no end to the disputes at the SABC, especially over editorial independence as chief executive and head of news clash yet again.

ANCYL, UDM denounce Molefe’s special leave

The ANC Youth League has called SABC news head Phil Molefe's special leave politically motivated, while the DA called for an inquiry into the matter.

SABC won’t pay out former CEO Molefe

He dismisses rumours that he is unhappy at not being appointed chief executive permanently.

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