Battle Between Broadcaster, South African Govt Takes Casualties

At least two board members have resigned from the embattled South African Broadcasting Corporation after Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams said: "We realised that the board was no longer acting in the interests of the company, the shareholder and Parliament".

Left: SABC headquarters in Sea Point. Right: National Assembly.


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