Controversial consultancy fees paid to select members of the MultiChoice board will be reviewed and are likely be scrapped, new board chair Elias Masilela told Business Times. 

The special arrangements saw three members of the board, including former chair Imtiaz Patel, paid consultancy fees for providing professional advisory services, which the board justified at the time as costing less than seeking those services elsewhere...

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