The SIU team appeared before Parliament’s portfolio committee on communications on Tuesday, where it briefed the committee on the interim presidential investigation into the cash-strapped SABC.
Motsoeneng, however, said in regard to the success fees, he did not pay himself and saw nothing irregular with appointments, saying that the custodian of appointments and salary increments at SABC was the human resources department.
“I see this grandstanding in Parliament, and in any case I am very disappointed by the SIU. It seems as if, in my personal view, now they are playing politics. The information that they’re giving there is worrisome.
“These people portray us as if we have committed fraud at SABC. I can tell you, in my era (at) the SABC, especially where I was involved, there was no fraud and corruption. I don’t want to deal with specific matters that are in court. But if you want to check, their heads of arguments will show that the SIU does not have a case,” Motsoeneng said.