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OUTA has offered to fly Dudu Myeni to Gauteng, put her up in a bed-and-breakfast and cover other expenses after she claimed she was too broke to appear in court.
Dudu Myeni's opposition in a legal battle had to let the judge know she couldn't afford to travel to appear in court over a delinquent director application.
South African taxpayers feel that the billions currently on the way to bail out the SABC could be put to a million better uses than keeping the broadcaster afloat.
After failing to meet all the government's conditions for a R3.2 billion bailout the SABC will be handed R2.1 billion until all terms are fufilled.
Two SAA flight attendants face the possibility of life imprisonment and a hefty fine after allegedly being caught with R45 million worth of cocaine.
Hlaudi Motsoeneng has responded to a R21 million lawsuit with a R16 million counterclaim, insisting that his 'ingenuity' had earned the SABC millions.