The ever jovial and controversial former Chief Operations Officer of the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), Hlaudi Motsoeneng has found himself in murky waters.
This comes after the latest installment in the Zondo report suggested that he should be investigated.
The State Capture Commission suggest that Motsoeneng should be investigated together with former group CEO Lulama Mokhobo.
Both Mokhobo and Motsoeneng were at the helm of power at the SABC when a deal was struck with the now defunct African News Network (ANN7).
ANN7 was founded and owned by the Gupta family and it has often been in the spotlight for the wrong reason.
The deal between the SABC and ANN7 is believed to have been worth millions of Rands and it came under scrutiny when Motsoeneng appeared before the commission.
The Commision suggests that they should be investigated for the irregular deal. Motsoeneng was a star attraction when he appeared before the commission late last year.
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