The South African National Editor's Forum has called on government to urgently address the immediate cashflow problems at the South African Broadcasting Corporation. This comes after the national broadcaster announced plans to let go of 981 of their 3,377 permanent employees and 1,200 of the 2,400 freelance journalists.
Editor's Forum Speaks Out on SABC Job Cuts, NDPP Interviews
SANEF, 14 November 2018
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SABC offices in Sea Point, Cape Town.
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