Tweeps throw shade as court shows Motsoeneng the door
The Western Cape High court has ruled that Hlaudi Motsoeneng, SABC's group executive of corporate affairs, must be removed from his position.
#Hlaudi Western Cape High Court Jugde Owen Rogers rules - Hlaudi Motsoeneng - should not hold any position at the public broadcaster. KB— EWN Reporter (@ewnreporter) December 12, 2016
On Monday, Judge Owen Rogers ruled that Motsoeneng should not hold any position at the public broadcaster.
This comes after the DA filed an application to have Motsoeneng dismissed.
At the same time, an inquiry into the SABC board's fitness to do its work is currently underway.
Meanwhile, Twitter users have had some things to get off their chest following the judgement.
Here are some reactions:Hlaudi Motsoeneng ruling - Curated tweets by Radio702
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