A storm is brewing at the Nelson Mandela Foundation, with an investigation launched against senior management.
The Foundation’s Board Chairperson Professor Njabulo Ndebele confirmed to eNCA that an independent probe by law firm Bowman Gilfillan is underway after allegations made by a whistleblower last month.
Ndebele has refused to get into the details but eNCA understands that the allegations include staff victimization, nepotism, and a general climate of fear.
The publication also saw a leaked internal memo to the Foundation’s employees.
Ndebele calls for calm and focus in the memo.
He also pleads with staff to give the independent investigation a chance.
In other news – DJ Fresh and DJ Euphonik quit their jobs after serious rape allegations
DJ Fresh and DJ Euphonik on Saturday were taken off air on music station 947. The pair reached an agreement with Primedia Broadcasting that they would step down from their roles with immediate effect after rape cases were opened against the two.
Both DJ Fresh and Euphonik are employed by music radio station 947, owned by the publication’s parent company Primedia Broadcasting. Learn More