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ANC politician Mbalula took to social media to poke fun at Hlaudi Motsoeneng for looking sleepy at a church service recently. The "newcomers" jab comes after the disgraced SABC boss Hlaudi officially launched his own party.
The South Gauteng High Court ruled that there is no way the South African Broadcasting Corporation can be compelled to broadcast any political party's election manifesto. The African Content Movement tried and failed.
Former SABC boss, Hlaudi Motsoeneng, is still calling for the 90% local content quota to be implemented on radio stations. Motsoeneng says radio stations shouldn't only show support for SA artists when they have died.
On Friday, whilst under cross-examination, Hlaudi Motsoneng reportedly took issue with comments made by former SABC board member, Krish Naidoo who had described the former COO of the public broadcaster as a "high-school dropout."