Pressure on the SABC
By Lelethu Mquqo
20 January 2010
Pressure is rising on the South African Broadcasting Corporation to reveal the details about the amount paid out to former chief executive, Solly Mokoetle.
The public broadcaster yesterday said Mokoetle would not receive a golden handshake when he announced his immediate departure.
Reports say however that he will receive as much as 30-million-Rands.
The Democratic Alliance says the SABC has no right to keep the details secret as it is funded by the public.
Mokoetle held the position as group CEO for just six-months.