The SABC has advertised its former group chief executive officer Dali Mpofu's post, writes Baldwin Ndaba in The Star.

The public broadcaster's board under Kanyi Mkonza took a decision in January 2009 to terminate the services of Mpofu, who was sunder suspension at the time.

Mpofu was also offered an after-tax payout of R6 million, which he refused.

Instead Mpofu lodged a case of unfair dismissal at the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration, and the matter is due to be heard soon.

Both Mpofu and the SABC board were served with certificates showing that the matter was on the CCMA's roll.

The advert, which was printed in the career section of a national Sunday paper, stated that the aspirant applicant must be in possession of a post-graduate degree, preferably with an MBA or equivalent.

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