File: The newly-appointed board will decide on Chris Maroleng's future after receiving the disciplinary board's recommendations.
JOHANNESBURG - It looks like SABC’s Chief Operations Officer Chris Maroleng might be on his way out.
Maroleng has been found guilty in a disciplinary hearing on three of four charges.
Among the charges, Maroleng is accused of recommending his friend, former SABC Acting Group Executive Marcia Mahlalela, for a job with SARU.
That's despite her resigning from the SABC with a disciplinary hearing pending.
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Mahlalela was accused of being involved in the irregular reappointment of sports presenter Robert Marawa.
Maroleng is also accused of falling short in performing his duties as a director.
The newly-appointed board will decide on Maroleng's future after receiving the disciplinary board's recommendations.