The CEO advert of the SABC has a closing date of October 14 for applications.
Motsoeneng, who was found – by the Public Protector in her February 2014 report – to have lied about having a matric certificate and who made up symbols for a certificate he didn’t have, will not be able to apply.
She has been a guest presenter at some of South Africa’s biggest awards ceremonies which includes the SATMA’s 2011, SAMA Awards 2007, The Metro FM Awards 2006 and being invited to some of the highest calendar events in the entertainment industry such as, Miss South Africa, The J&B Met (Cape Town), The Durban July, The Joburg Fashion Week, The State Of The Nation Address (Cape Town) and many more.
She is also Founder and Managing Director of a successful company Pholoba Communications which its principal services include communication strategies, events management and Public Relations.
She holds a high public profile in the Entertainment Industry. She has also featured in South Africa’s most popular magazine covers and social pages.
“This will be implemented with immediate effect,” said Motsoeneng in April.
Kganyago didn’t respond to a Channel24 enquiry about why the SABC had resumed advertising employment vacancies in national newspapers.
She has two qualiﬁcations with Wits Business School: A certiﬁcate in New Venture Creation For Entrepreneurs and a Management qualiﬁcation in MAP (Management Advancement Programme).
Cape Town - Two Pietermaritzburg men were among 10 people interviewed by the Judicial Services Commision here yesterday for five vacancies as judges in the Natal Provincial Division.
The broadcaster would also no longer use the services of external media agencies, they said.
Postgraduate qualification preferred “The SABC decided that it will advertise its employment vacancies and tender advertisements on the SABC’s television, radio and digital platforms only.
Matlala was allegedly axed because he helped National Treasury with an investigation into controversial SABC executive Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s procurement of a multi-million rand studio that was constructed without having been put out to tender.