Maguvhe due to appear before SABC inquiry

2016-12-13 10:19
Mbulaheni Maguvhe. (SABC, YouTube)

Mbulaheni Maguvhe. (SABC, YouTube)

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Cape Town – The SABC board's last remaining member Professor Mbulaheni Maguvhe is due to appear before Parliament's inquiry into the board on Tuesday.

SABC board chairperson Maguvhe was summonsed on Friday last week after he and the SABC delegation walked out of the ad hoc committee's proceedings on day one of the inquiry.

He is due to appear at 16:00.

Other witnesses to appear on Tuesday include former board member Professor Bongani Khumalo, former head of procurement Madoda Shushu and company secretary Theresa Geldenhuys, whose name has come up frequently during witness testimonies.

Khumalo is currently being interviewed by the ad hoc committee.

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