The South African nationwide broadcaster, SABC has famous the allegations of sexual harassment made by Pearl Modiadie saying that she was sexually harassed at considered one of its radio stations, Metro FM!
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“The SABC notes with concern media articles about the alleged sexual harassment case at Metro FM and the Tweet by Ms. Pearl Modiadie,” stated the SABC.
The SABC stated that it views sexual harassment in a severe gentle and can use its inner insurance policies and procedures to cope with the matter.
“The SABC views sexual harassment in a serious light and will use its internal policies and procedures to deal with this matter. The SABC encourages any employees subjected to sexual harassment to use the Corporation’s specific internal channels to report such cases,” stated the SABC.
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“I kept quiet for too long until media picked it up and never have I been grateful for that because it finally gave me the courage to speak out about the sexual harassment I was subjected to at Metro FM,” stated Pearl Modiadie.
According to Sunday World, Pearl Modiadie wasn’t fully pleased whereas working at Metro FM due to sexual harassment she allegedly suffered by the hands of her supervisor at Metro FM. The publication reviews that Pearl Modiadie, who was on the station for 5 years till early this 12 months when her contract was not renewed, had complained to the then station supervisor about inappropriate feedback that her supervisor made about her.
The sexual harassment that the mom of 1, who co-hosted the noon present with Thomas Msengana, allegedly skilled on the station has been revealed by sources, who confirmed Sunday World e-mail exchanges between her and the station’s advertising group.
READ HERE FOR BACKGROUND – Pearl Modiadie Was Sexually Harassed At Metro FM!
The SABC notes with concern media articles concerning the alleged sexual harassment case at Metro FM and the Tweet by Ms. Pearl Modiadie. pic.twitter.com/D3yKAoY18p
— SABC (@SABCPortal) June 15, 2021