Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng will now approach the Constitutional Court after his leave to appeal was dismissed.
Trade union Solidarity says it has received confirmation from the Supreme Court of Appeal that Motsoeneng’s leave to appeal has been dismissed with cost.
In 2017, the Labour Court ruled that that Motsoeneng should be held liable in his personal capacity for the legal costs emanating out of a court case relating to his controversial ban on the broadcasting of violent protests.
Motsoeneng’s lawyer Zola Majavu says his client has instructed him to take the matter to the Constitutional Court. Solidarity’s Anthon van der Bijl says they will proceed to seize Motsoeneng’s assets.
“Yes we will proceed with a warrant of execution. We will proceed to attack some properties from him. And yes we look forward to doing so.”
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