Women speak up on Kaya FM boss: ‘We have been dying in silence for many years’

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 Kaya FM has been rocked by claims of sexual harassment directed at station boss Greg Maloka. Picture: iStock/Gallo Images
Kaya FM has been rocked by claims of sexual harassment directed at station boss Greg Maloka. Picture: iStock/Gallo Images

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At least four women, current and former staffers at Gauteng’s adult contemporary radio station Kaya FM, have accused station boss Greg Maloka of sexual harassment. Maloka voluntarily stepped down yesterday to allow for “a smooth and uninterrupted internal process and investigation” after the allegations surfaced.

The station’s managing director has also been accused of “fiduciary negligence, unethical governance practices, financial misconduct and mismanagement of company resources”.

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