- October 30, 2014
- Posted by: admin
- Category: Media & Broadcasting
BROADCASTER e.tv’s chief operating officer Bronwyn Keene-Young had resigned, her employer said yesterday. Neither Keene-Young nor Hosken Consolidated Investments (HCI), which has a 63 percent stake in e.tv, were available for comment. Keene-Young’s resignation follows that of chief executive of e.tv and eNCA, Marcel Golding, who announced his resignation on Monday. eNCA reported that Golding was suspended last week as HCI executive chairman. He lost his appeal against suspension in the Labour Court. On Thursday, HCI said it was suspending him pending a disciplinary inquiry into allegations of gross misconduct. HCI director Barbara Hogan resigned at the same time.