sabcNews24 reports that, while the SA Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) is adamant that its former COO was duly informed of his axing, Hlaudi Motsoeneng claims he has been "left in the dark".  

"I have still not received anything from the SABC.  My lawyer Zola Majavu is also in the dark," Motsoeneng said on Tuesday morning.  His tenure at the state broadcaster came to an end following a ruling on Monday by Advocate Nazeer Cassim, who chaired Motsoeneng’s internal disciplinary hearing.  "I have not received the ruling.  I cannot comment on something that I have not seen.  I need to peruse the ruling before I can make any further comments," Motsoeneng said on Monday evening.  But, SABC spokesperson Kaiser Kganyago denied Motsoeneng's claim, saying that all correspondence was sent to him prior to the announcement being made on Monday afternoon.  Motsoeneng was charged with and found guilty of bringing the SABC into disrepute and causing irreparable damage to his employer.  

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