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Suspended Aguma 'central and complicit' to SABC dire straits - DA - News24

Cape Town - The DA on Saturday welcomed the suspension of SABC acting group CEO James Aguma, saying he was “central and complicit” to the dire straits the public broadcaster has been facing. DA Shadow Minister of Communications Phumzile van Damme on ...and more »

James Aguma suspended as SABC CFO - Eyewitness News

The ANC's study group on Scopa says it's confident the move will restore good governance and public confidence in the SABC. A screengrab of former SABC Group Chief Executive James Aguma. Picture: Screengrab. African National Congress · SABC · SCOPA ...and more »

SABC boss Aguma suspended - eNCA

Johannesburg, 27 May 2017 - ANC MP Mnyamezeli Booi has welcomed James Aguma's suspension as the SABC's acting CEO, saying he “failed to deliver”. Video: eNCA. File: It's been reported that James Aguma gave former CEO Hlaudi Motsoeneng permission to ...and more »

SABC confirms James Aguma stripped of all titles - Eyewitness News

The SABC has confirmed that James Aguma has been suspended as both Chief Financial Officer and acting Chief Executive Officer. A screengrab of SABC acting CEO James Aguma and SABC board chairperson Mbulaheni Maguvhe at a press briefing. SABC · James ...and more »

Scopa, ANC, Cope welcome SABC boss Aguma's suspension - eNCA

File: SABC acting CEO James Aguma speaks during a media briefing after his appointment on June 28, 2016 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Photo: Gallo Iamges/Daily Sun / Lucky Morajane. CAPE TOWN – Parliament's public accounts committee (Scopa), the ANC ...and more »

SABC interim board suspends acting CEO - Johannesburg Sunday World

A board member confirmed Aguma's suspension. An ANC MP with intimate knowledge of the affairs of the SABC said they were told about Aguma's suspension last night. SABC spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago said he was not in a position to discussion any ...and more »

Suspension of SABC CEO welcomed - Independent Online

Johannesburg – Parliament's public accounts committee (Scopa), the African National Congress study group on Scopa, and the Congress of the People have all welcomed the suspension of South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) acting chief executive ...and more »