Johannesburg - The Zondo commission will continue hearing evidence related to state capture allegations at the SABC.
The commission will on Wednesday hear testimony from Foeta Krige, Jonathan Thekiso, Krivani Pillay, Mwaba Phiri and Lulama Mokhobo.
On Tuesday, the inquiry heard from SABC CEO Mzwamadoda Mxakwe.
Mxakwe said the broadcaster was insolvent and in need of a cash injection. The issues at the organisation are so bad that employees are often worried when payday approaches as to whether their salaries will be paid.
“The SABC is technically insolvent. We look at the short-term liabilities that exceed our liquid assets, we cannot pay our creditors which today stands at R1,8 billion. We have not been able to pay Multi-Choice and some of our other creditors,” Mxakwe said.