I didn’t act to enrich myself… I actually do care for SABC quite a bit…— Chris Maroleng, COO - SABC
The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) board has terminated the contract of chief operations officer Chris Maroleng.
After due consideration of the findings and recommendations of a disciplinary process, the Board resolved to terminate the contract of employment of its Chief Operations Officer, Mr Chris Maroleng, with immediate effect.— SABC
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