Johannesburg - The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) on Thursday said it was continuing to take disciplinary action against employees fingered for wrongdoing by the public protector, Parliament's Ad Hoc Committee, internal forensic audits and the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) reports.
"The SABC has been inundated with media queries regarding consequence management actions affecting a number of its employees," said Vuyo Mthembu, the public broadcaster's spokesperson.
She said some of the employees were going through disciplinary processes, while others were either suspended or have been dismissed.
Mthembu said it was "necessary to provide clarity on this matter".
She said disciplinary processes were informed by recommendations emanating from the 2014 Public Protector report entitled, “When Governance and Ethics Fail”, a 2017 Parliamentary Ad Hoc Committee Report, internal audit forensic reports and SIU reports.