Victims of former Kaya FM boss: ‘People deserve to know the kind of man Greg is’

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Kaya FM boss Greg Maloka has voluntarily stepped down after sexual harassment claims came to light. Picture: Lucky Nxumalo
Kaya FM boss Greg Maloka has voluntarily stepped down after sexual harassment claims came to light. Picture: Lucky Nxumalo

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Victims of former Kaya FM managing director Greg Maloka’s alleged abuse of his position expressed relief following his resignation on Friday.

Maloka handed in his resignation with immediate effect amid an internal investigation in response to a string of complaints against him by former and current employees of the Gauteng-based adult contemporary radio station.

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