JOHANNESBURG - The SA Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) on Tuesday refuted media reports that some of its executives have resigned, following a scathing letter to its board from Communications and Telecommunications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams opposing suggested job cuts.
SABC spokeswoman Neo Nomodu said the Presidency was the relevant authority to comment on matters concerning the board.
''The SABC has noted media reports speculating that three members of the SABC board have resigned. The relevant and correct authority to comment on SABC board resignations is the Presidency," said Nomodu.
"The SABC can, however, confirm that its Chief Executive Officer Madoda Mxakwe has not resigned and therefore speculations on his resignation are false.''
Media reports on Tuesday said at least three board members have stepped down.