The South African Broadcasting Corporation(SABC) is in hot waters for allegedly unfairly dismissing one of it's former workers in one of the past years.
Ayanda Mkhize who previously served as the supply chain manager of the SABC is now back to fight for having been unfairly dismissed according to her by the broadcaster in 2018. About three years later, Mkhize is demanding to be given her job back if not being paid more than a million by the mentioned broadcaster. She has filed papers against the SABC which reveals that she wants to reinstated and be paid R4,5 million if not reinstated.
"While my CCMA 2 was progressing, the SABC brought several urgent applications to halt it from proceeding and the applications were a further plot to victimise me", Ayanda said in revealing what had happened.
"The SABC through the third and fourth respondents pelted me with several frivolous urgent application with the intention to bring me to a financial ruin", Ayanda added.
Meanwhile, Gugu Ntuli being the group executive of SABC for corporate affairs and marketing said, "The SABC can confirm receipt of the application against the corporation from Ms Ayanda Mkhize's lawyers. The SABC will oppose the application and not deal with this matter in the media space".
A lot is continuing to happen involving the SABC. The cast and crews of two different shows that airs on the mentioned broadcaster being 7deLaan and Muvhango are currently sitting without having been paid for months while waiting for the mentioned show's contracts to be renewed by the SABC. It is dissapointing to continue seeing one of the best broadcasters in Mzansi being on the news all the time for the bad reasons.
It is good that the former employee, Ayanda Mkhize is fighting for having been treated unfairly according to her but why come out now after all these years?
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